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Name:Mohammed Yaseen2017-06-21
Subject:Moving to Pasadena CA on 24 June
Comment:Assalamu aleikkum , I am currently in Massachusetts..I will be starting my work in Pasadena CA from 24 June..Need assistance finding Eid prayer timings and location where prayer will be held.. Thanks Mohammed Yaseen
Name:Sergio2017-06-02
Subject:Hey
Comment:Hi , my name is sergio I been interested in islam for over 3 years now and was wondering when is the best time for me to go to the masjid and talk to somebody ? 😃
Name:Lanay 2017-01-31
Subject:Thank you
Comment:As-salamu alaykum. Thank you to all the sisters and brothers at this masjid whom welcomed me and were apart of my shahada.
Name:Jillian O'Connor2017-01-29
Subject:Glad you are here
Comment:We are going through a difficult time here I the United States. I just wanted to say that I am glad that you are part of our community. Wishing your families peace and love. We are here for you. Your Pasadena neighbors, The O'Connors
Name:Riaz Khan2016-12-28
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Name:Hijabis4ever.com2015-05-01
Subject:Adult Classes
Comment:Bismillah Asalaam Alikym Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Insha'Allah someone can help me. Al'hamdulilah I am Muslim now for more than 10 years. Problem I have never been able to find a Masjid that has Adult Classes teaching Arabic for English speakers. I am in North Hills, if you can help I would appreciate. Jazakallah Khayrun Asalaam Alikym
Name:jowharah2014-09-22
Subject:singles social
Comment:Go to www.khutbahonthemarina.net IBN NAIM SHAH is guest speaker visiting from Saudi
Name:HassanMarad2013-04-03
Subject:what to say at magrib
Comment:all the things of an muslim.
Name:Fadlu2012-09-13
Subject:باركا&
Comment:اسلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبراكاته ما عندى شيئ الى ان اقول لكم بارك الله لكم و جزاكم الله خيرا
Name:saleemah muhammad2011-09-01
Subject:Best RAmadan and 'Eid
Comment:Best Ramadan and 'Eid EVER, Ramadan committee, 'Eid Committee did a wonderful job
Name:Sister2011-08-30
Subject:
Comment:We really missed brother jihad safir..please please bring him back. thanks..
Name:phoebe glynn2011-08-29
Subject:pray for ied
Comment:i've defficulty to find the time and the place for ied pray in pasadena. please help me
Name:saleemah muhammadd2011-08-14
Subject:last weeks Khutbah
Comment:I so want to hear the lexture from this last week jumah. dissappointed it is not here. how do you get information postest to site
Name:k.ibrahim2010-12-16
Subject:Dua
Comment: Bismillah,ir-Rahman,ir-Rahim. Ashahadu An Laa illaaha illal llahu Wa Ash Hadu Anna Muhammadan Abdu Hu Wa Rasooluhu ''I bear witness that there is no deity but Allah who is without partner, and I bear witness that Muhammad (Peace be upon Him) is the Rasool'' Dear Brothers and Sisters in Islam, As-Salaam Alaikum! My Name is Khalid U.Ibrahim. I am in need of your (Du'a) Prayers for ALLAH's Help and Protection. (Ya ALLAH!) OALLAH! I Beg of you to Bestow on us a Home, a Home of Safety, Security and Peace in this World Life, Out of the Reach of the Dajjal and his army, and also Grant us a Home of Safety,Security and Peace in the Life Hereafter,Out of the Reach of the Fire of Hell!.(Ya ALLAH!) OALLAH! I Beg of you to Increase our Faith and Devotion, and to Bless us with Peace in our Hearts and Souls.(Ya ALLAH!) Please Forgive All The Muslims,(Ya ALLAH!) Please grant All the Muslims the Best in this world Life and the Best in Hereafter, and(Ya ALLAH!) Please Protect us from own Nafs, and(Ya ALLAH!) Please Protect All Muslims from the hands of the Dajjal and his army. (Ya ALLAH!) OALLAH! I Beg of you for the means to do good, to avoid evil, and to Love the poor, and I beseech you forgive us and have mercy on us. And When you subject the people to a trial, Protect us from being affected by it.(Ya ALLAH!) OALLAH! I Beg of you, your Love, and the Love of those who Love you, and the Love of all such actions that bring us closer to you, to your Love.(Ya ALLAH!) OALLAH! I thank you for your Mercy ,Protection and all that you have given us in these trouble times that we are facing,(Al-Hamdolillah!).
Name:Antoniozara2010-12-16
Subject:Antoniozara
Comment:Your site is best.!!! Be happy , have a nice day
Name:Arif Nawab2010-11-26
Subject:Hadith Video in the front page
Comment:Alhamdulillah! a good pick.. nice recitation and its meaning ..Thanks for posting it.
Name:Masjid Al-Taqwa2010-11-20
Subject:Eid Khutba
Comment:Unfortunately the Eid khutba was not recorded this time.
Name:Janeal2010-11-16
Subject:Eid Khutba !
Comment:Excellent and to the point khutba from young khateeb - masha'allah. Is it recorded here somewhere ? Thanks
Name:Zahid2010-10-28
Subject:
Comment:Nice Website & useful information.
Name:ayad 2010-09-04
Subject:ramadan kareem
Comment:I went for salat last night and listened to the Hafiz preaching in the break for taraweeh I was very impressed with his speech, his recitation , I ask allah almighty to help all our moslem brothers and sisters to remember that they are moslims first before who they came from or thier origin, etc may allah bless all of us in this month and everymonth in shaellah and my sincere appreciation for all of you who visited me in the hospital
Name:A Sister of Al-taqwa2010-09-04
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Comment:I m happy to say that this year Al-Taqwa mosque is blessed with the best & youngest imam ever who is just excellent in tarawih recitation and I would like to convey the feedback from the sister side that we all are really enjoying the holy month of ramadan being having this extra genious imam at our mosque and grateful to Allah Subhan-o-tala that He blessed Al-taqwa mosque with such a wonderful and God-gifted personality in the holy month of Ramadan. Thanks to Al-taqwa managment to bring him on board.
Name:Kuyferd2010-09-03
Subject:Kuyferd
Comment:Greetings from Arlington, Texas! Nice site!
Name:Abdullah2010-08-16
Subject:Beautiful Recitation
Comment:First of All, I would like to thank the sheykh who is not only leading the taraweeh with his beautiful recitation but also showering his wisdom every day after 8 rakkha's. I m proud of him being him in Al Taqwa mosques and I know he is very yound and we need the leader like him in our community and society in general. May Allah reward him all of His bounties in this world and hereafter. Thanks to Al Taqwa management for bringing him to lead in the important holy month of Ramadan.
Name:Kameelah2010-08-11
Subject:Kutbahs
Comment:I appreciate the move towards technology! Thank you for putting the Kutbah's online. This is most excellent.
Name:MISGLADYS2010-07-15
Subject:gladys
Comment:hello all one love and happyhello all one love and happyhello all one love and happy
Name:Shamps Murchison 2010-05-12
Subject:The Beauty of Islam
Comment:Thank you for who you are. Also, my very best to Dr. Ayad Alanizi who is a stellar human being. May Allah continue to bless you always.
Name:Khalil Kariem Jr.2010-05-08
Subject:Shot Out
Comment:Salaams, just wanted to give salaams to the ummah. Love the website. I am on it everyday at work listening to the Khutbah's. It definitely makes work more enjoyable. Keep up the good work.
Name:Numair Pirzada2010-04-30
Subject:Thank you to the Imam & Musalli's
Comment:I have had the pleasure of being a part of the jammat at Masjid Taqwa for the last two months. It has been a fulfilling experience, with the acceptance and warmth extended by the Imam and the Musalli's. May ALLAH SUBHANATALLAH increase the presence of the muslims in attending the Namaaz, the Friday Khutbah's, the school for children and the other events hosted by Masjid Taqwa - AMEEN!
Name:Taalib2010-04-29
Subject:As Salaam Alaikum.
Comment:Masjid Al Taqwa Rocks.
Name:Arif Nawab2010-04-22
Subject:Kids Activities
Comment:I would like to convey my deep gratitude to Al-taqwa mosque for starting Saturday Quranic classes for kids and specially to Imam Jihad who is very regular and enthusiastic that he is not only teaching Holy Quran but also trying to produce the tomorrow\'s leader for Islamic community by giving kids a chance to speak about any subject on Islam. I would strongly recommend the other people from Altadena & Pasadena that they also bring their kids from aged from 4 to 15 and participate on Quranic classes. Thanks again to Al-taqwa management.
Name:Saleemah Muhammad2010-04-17
Subject:Sister\\\'s IQRA CLASS
Comment:Sister’s Iqra Read, Research, Recite! Reading Group Iqra Reading Group originated over ten years ago as an educational means for sisters to learn, research, discuss and memorize Quran. · Where: Sister Daarina Abdus Samad Home · When: 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month @ 6:00pm APRIL 22, 2010 · Purpose: o To study Quran and implement it’s meaning in our every day lives o To discuss our perception and ask questions o To share social interactions, recipes, and friendships o To practice a systematic meaningful approach to study Quran NEXT VENUE WILL BE DECIDED ATER EACH MEETING contact info: Sis. Saleemah 626 798 6936
Name:Khalil Kariem Jr.2010-03-21
Subject:Masjid Website & Morning Prayer
Comment:Al-Hamduillah, the website is an excellent information source and very well put together. I would like to invite the brothers to come out for morning prayer. Allah has blessed me to be able to come out over the last month and I have and hope to continue to enjoyment the fellowship with my brothers.
Name:Imam Ali and Umar Ab2010-03-17
Subject:Denver Colo
Comment:1720-276-9140 Masjid Taqwa Building Funds Please Call or send Donations or buy tickets!
Name:Imam Ali and Umar Ab2010-03-17
Subject: Building Fund
Comment:AsSalamu Alaykum wa Rahmatalah We at "Masjid Taqwa"are raising funds to Purchase the Building for school, salah and other ongoing events ! We are sailing Tickets for a Dinner at $75.00 a seat! We understand that most likely you will not be able to attend yet you can help someone else and most importantly the Masjid! Thank You and may Allah Reward you for all your efforts!
Name:innexkonne2010-01-31
Subject:peace be unto you
Comment:iam very happy to see this sighn page i love and like to be one the member please i we like wellcome me well so that i we use thisv signup fine thanks
Name:2010-01-27
Subject:
Comment:I would like to convey my gratitude to Al-Taqwa mosque that Alhamdulillah, numbers of initiatives have been taken by the mosque management. Friday night lecture (after isha') is extremely productive, entertaining & thoughtful. I & my family attending this lecture and are beneficial one way or another. Kids classes are awesome, both on Saturday & Sunday, this is the type of community I was looking for my 5 yrs old kid who is not only learning Quranic pronunciation from Ulema (like Br.Jehad) but also have a chance being in the mosque environment. I hope, other people will also bring their kids to mosque at least on Saturday or Sunday so they will become better Muslim tomorrow. Note: There is no fee of Saturday Quranic class and also I have seen # of adults who wants to improve their tajweed also attending this class.
Name:Arif Nawab2009-10-23
Subject:New Comer - Assalam-O-Alaikum
Comment:I m new-comer, recently I moved to to Pasadena and I have started coming to this mosque, I feel great and welcomed here, thanks for the hospitality given by the mosque management here. I met few people and definitely looking to meet more. Originally,I m from Pakistan - Thanks
Name:Sunny Murchison2009-10-23
Subject:Visiting your beautiful mosque
Comment: Good morning. My physician, who prays at Masjid Al-Taqwa, suggested I visit your mosque. I visited Al-Masjid Al-Aqsa in Jerusalem as well as La Mesquita in Cordoba, Espana. I look forward to visiting Masjid Al-Taqwa soon! May Allah bless you. Sunny Murchison San Marino, California
Name:Masjid Al-Taqwa2009-10-01
Subject:RE:Arabic Class
Comment:Salam alaikum, Insha-Allah, soon we will announce the re-convening of the class. If the days and time doesn't change, it will stay as it is mentioned in the activities list. Thanks for your interest.
Name:Jemila Mohammed2009-09-30
Subject:Arabic Class
Comment:On activities list, Arabic Class is listed, but no indication of date and time. Please advise.
Name:Masjid Al-Taqwa2009-09-13
Subject:New Convert..
Comment:Brother Aneeza Haleem, Please bring your friend to one of our Iftar parties at the masjid, or bring him to the Masjid for Friday Jumah prayer; and we will help him.
Name:Aneeza Haleem2009-09-08
Subject:New Convert
Comment:Assalamualaikum. A friend of mine would like to embrace Islam. Could you please tell me the process followed for this at the mosque. In India, other than saying the Shahadah and praying 2 rakah, there is also a registration process wherein the convert's new name is registered at the mosque so that at the time of marriage a certificate can be issued to any other mosque proclaiming that the person is a Muslim. Also, generally people are buried at the same mosque that they are registered with. Is this the same here as well?
Name:Sis Daarina2009-08-05
Subject:Partitions Between Men & Women in th
Comment: Name of Questioner Lisa - United States Title Partitions Between Men & Women in the Mosque Question As-Salamu `aaykum. We have a big controversy going on in our Masjid. Some brothers want to build a wall in the prayer hall musalla to separate men from women. Is that required in Islam? What are the basic rules of Shari`ah on this matter? Date 15/Jan/2007 Name of Counsellor Muzammil Siddiqi Topic Places of Prayer (Mosques), Mixing Answer Wa `alaykum As-Salamu wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. Dear sister in Islam, thanks a lot for your question which reflects your care to have a clear view of the teachings of Islam. Allah commands Muslims to refer to people of knowledge to get themselves well-acquainted with the teachings of Islam as well as all aspects of life. It is perfectly Islamic to hold meetings of men and women inside the Masjid, whether for prayers or for any other Islamic purpose, without separating them with a curtain, partition or wall. If there is a concern that the lines of men and women will mix inside the Masajid, then there is no harm in putting a lower barrier, only to demarcate the separate area for women. But women should not be put in a totally separate room in the Masajid unless there is a shortage of space and no other proper arrangement can be done for them. Giving a detailed answer to the question posed, Dr. Muzammil H. Siddiqi, president of the Fiqh Council of North America , states: Both men and women are allowed to pray in the Mosque in the same Jama`ah (congregational prayer). When men and women are together in the Masjid then we should have first men’s lines behind the Imam, then children and then women. This is the way Muslims used to pray behind the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him). He did not make or ask his Companions to have a curtain or wall between the lines of men and women. (See Al-Sindi’s Commentary on Sunan An-Nasa’i, p. 798) According to the Shari`ah, it is not required to have a partition, neither of temporary nor of permanent nature, between men and women in the Masjid. It is perfectly Islamic to hold meetings of men and women inside the Masjid, whether for prayers or for any other Islamic purpose, without separating them with a curtain, partition or wall. It is, however, very important that Muslim women come to public gatherings wearing proper Islamic dress, for it is Haram (forbidden) for a Muslim woman to attend a public gathering without a full Islamic dress. She must cover her hair and neck with a scarf, which should also go over her bosom. Her dress should be modest and loose enough in order not to reveal the shape of her body. It stands to reason that partitions were introduced inside the Masajid later in Islamic history. This was done, perhaps, because some women began coming to Mosques without observing proper Islamic dress, or perhaps, some men wanted to discourage them from coming to Mosques. In the time of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) there was no curtain or partition in his Masjid, although women used to come to the Masjid almost for every prayer and for many other gatherings. It is, however, reported that they used to come to the Masjid dressed up in long clothes. `A’ishah, the Mother of the Believers (may Allah be pleased with her) said that the believing women used to attend the Dawn prayer with the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him). They used to come wrapped up in their long garments and then they used to return to their homes after the prayer, no one could recognize them because of the darkness. (Reported by Al-Bukhari) Jama`ah means a congregation of people who are praying behind one Imam in continuous lines without any barrier or interruption. As for people who pray behind the Imam, they should either see the Imam or see those who are in front of them. There is no Jama`ah when a person is in one room and his/her Imam in another room, the lines are not continuous and the people behind the Imam are also not visible, otherwise people would not have to come to the Masjid for Jama`ah prayer. They would stay home and pray listening to the loudspeakers from their Masjid or through intercoms. They could nowadays even pray Jama`ah prayer in this way in their own homes listening to the prayer broadcasts coming from Makkah and Madinah on their radios, television sets or through the Internet. But no jurists have ever allowed a Jama`ah prayer in this way. The definition of Jama`ah that I gave above is a general one and it is applicable to both men and women. Only in the case of necessity this rule can be relaxed. For example, if the Masjid was too small and people had to pray on different levels or in different rooms to accommodate every person then this would be permissible because of necessity. Muslims should not deliberately and for no reason bifurcate their congregation in their Masajid. If there is a concern that the lines of men and women will mix inside the Masajid, then there is no harm in putting a lower barrier, only to demarcate the separate area for women. But women should not be put in a totally separate room in the Masajid unless there is a shortage of space and no other proper arrangement can be done for them. The above quotation is excerpted, with slight modifications, from www.islamfortoday.com
Name:brother2009-07-19
Subject:Is eating at an asian restaurant har
Comment:I know it is o.k to eat from the people of the scripture( Jews and Christians), some people have told me its all right to eat from asian restaurants because you can find mexicans(Christians)and others(Christains) are working their. I JazaAllahu khair.
Name:Masjid Al-Taqwa2009-06-20
Subject:Arabic..
Comment:Dear Sadara Abdus-Shakoor, The Arabic we have on website is:
Lailaha-il-Allah Muhammad-ur-Rasool-Allah.
Translation:
There is no god but Allah, Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.
Name:Masjid Al-Taqwa2009-06-20
Subject:Summer Camp..
Comment:Dear Ben Ghali Doumbia, At this point we do not have any plans for organizing a Summer Camp. We will make announcement if we do organize one, Insha-Allah.
Name:Sadara Abdus-Shakoor2009-06-19
Subject:Impressive Website!
Comment:I am very pleased with the website! I would suggest a clearer picture of the Masjid front and translation of any arabic on the homepage. This may be a way to introduce the beauty of Allah's word to those who are completely unfamiliar with Islam or the arabic. But good job guys!
Name:Ben Ghali Doumbia2009-06-16
Subject:youth summer camps
Comment:Is the Masjid organizing any summer camps this summer? Shukran!
Name:Daarina Abdus-Samad2009-06-08
Subject:Second Annual Guest Iman Series
Comment:Bismil laa Hir Rahmaa Nir Raheem The Education Committee of Masjid Al-Taqwa Invites You to Share in our 2nd Annual Guest Imam Series DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER IMAM SAID SEDDOUK (Abou El-Haitem) DIRECTOR – ISLAMIC CENTER OF SAN GABRIEL VALLEY & Brother Talib Abdullah, Youth Panel Moderator Address the Question Are We in Danger of Losing Our Youth? “Where Do We Go From Here?” Sunday - July 26, 2009 Where: Masjid Al-Taqwa 2181 N. Lake Ave. Altadena, Ca.91001 10:30 am - 5:00 pm * Lecture & Seminar - Youth Panel & Discussion* • 9:00 -10:00 am Continental Breakfast/Registration • Afternoon Refreshments after Prayers • Panel Discussion • 5:00 Closing Remarks & Discussions • Dinner, Entertainment and Socialization Under the Stars $20.00 Registration Fee / limited space please register early Register on line @ altaqwamasjid.org Mail fee to Masjid Al-Taqwa, P.O. Box 40422, Pasadena, California, 91104 (Tickets may be purchased at door) For Information contact Brother Aaron Abdus-Shakoor @626 798-8926 or 526 233-1729
Name:TC Strickland2009-06-08
Subject:Great Website
Comment:You have always been a great Masjid to me. I have found the most helpful and concerned Muslims at this Masjid. Thank You.
Name:Aamina2009-05-26
Subject:masjid
Comment:Beautiful website!!! I came to the masjid 1 time a number of months ago. I liked the talke, but only 1 person talked to me and I didn't feel very welcome, so I have been hesitant to come back.
Name:Fawzi2009-05-10
Subject:Website
Comment:website looks good!
Name:Adam2009-05-10
Subject:Stopping by
Comment:Nice website
Name:Saleemah W. Muhammad2009-05-04
Subject:beautiful site
Comment:In sha Allah I would like to see the believers collectively learn one attribute of Allah per week
Name:Ahmed Elhosseiny2009-04-25
Subject:Islam
Comment:May allah be with us all
Name:Joel Greene2009-04-24
Subject:MashaAllah
Comment:Insha Allah, with the help of Allah we can accomplish many good things.. Jazaakallaahu khairaa to those help in this endeavor.
Name:Riaz Khan2009-04-24
Subject:Qur'an
Comment:I like the the Ayah of the day. Quran is truly the book to guide us to the right path.

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