Ramadan in NYC is Ramadan at the IC

IC Quran Khatam, Zakat’ul Fitr and Eid details:

IC Ramadan Quran Khatm!

Tuesday, June 14th – 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

 4th Floor GCASL, 238 Thompson Street, New York, NY 10012

Join us at the IC this Tuesday for Taraweeh Prayers of Ramadan in which we will complete our entire reading of the Quran followed by a special du’aa made by Hafiz Ismail Sayeed.Iftar is held immediately after maghrib and Isha Prayers are held at 10:03pm followed by TaraweehDon’t miss out!


ICNYU Eid ul Fitr Prayers and Brunch: RSVP REQUIRED

Friday, July 17th
9:00 am to 12:00 noon

IC Prayer Room 4th Floor
238 Thompson Street, New York, NY 10012

As the month of Ramadan is coming to an end, we will be celebrating Eid ul-Fitr at the Islamic Center at NYU on Friday, July 17th with prayers and a brunch. The IC is following the opinion of the Fiqh Council of North America and the Islamic Society of North America.

We are asking that everyone please RSVP to ensure a place at our services and to help us plan better. To RSVP, please visit HERE.

Eid Prayers will begin at 9:30am and will be followed by a community brunch at 10:30 am. Guests will be allowed to arrive from 9:00 amonwards. A second prayer time might be added should the need arise.

All services will be held in the Grand Hall on the 5th Floor in GCASL, 238 Thompson Street, NY, NY 10012.

Our Khateeb will be Imam Khalid Latif.

If you have not yet made a contribution to the IC this Ramadan please do so by visiting HERE. Our programs, including this one, are run completely on donations and, as such, we rely heavily on the generosity of the community to provide the services that we do.


The IC will be collecting Zakatul Fitr in the morning prior to theEid prayer IN CASH ONLY and will ensure that it is distributed properly inshallah to those in need in the community. Zakat ul Fitr is a form of charity that is unique to the month of Ramadan and should be paid before the Eid Prayer commences inshallah.

Ibn `Abbas has said: “The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) enjoined Zakat-ul-Fitr so that those who fast are purified of their sins and the poor and needy people are enabled to arrange for their basic needs of food, clothing etc. Therefore, the Sadaqah (charity) of the person who gives before the `Eid prayer is the real Sadaqah, but if someone delays and gives it afterwards, his charity will be an ordinary one.”

We are calculating the Zakat ul Fitr to be about $10 per person and should be given on your own behalf as well as on behalf of your individual family members inshallah.

Should you have any questions, feel free to call us at 212.998.4712


Ramadan intro:

It’s the first week of the hottest month in America’s busiest city. That’s stressful enough — and you’re fasting too! Don’t worry, the Islamic Center will help you through it. Join us for a free dinner (iftar) to break your fast every weeknight of this blessed month.

It doesn’t matter if you’re new to the community or have been here for years. We welcome everyone. It’s all part of what makes the Islamic Center special, and what will make your time in NYC unforgettable. This Ramadan come experience what community should feel likeRead more


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