• HIC Annual Fundraising

    Saturday,July 11,2015
  • Ramadan is the (month) in which the Quran was sent down, as a guide to mankind

  • While breaking the fast, say:

    O Allah! I have fasted for you, and with the sustenance given by you I break my fast
  • And make the call for pilgrimage

    They will come to you walking or riding on every kind of fast mount. They will come from the farthest locations” (22:27).
  • Mosque on the lake

  • Toledo Mosque

Welcome to Huntsville Islamic Center

As-salaamu ‘alaykum; Greetings of peace!

Welcome to Huntsville Islamic Center (HIC). We are located in the city of Huntsville and serve Muslims living in all of the Tennessee Valley area.We are honored to have you, appreciate that you have come to learn about us, and look forward to learning about you. Here, you can learn about Huntsville’s local Muslim community, find information about our events and services, and discover opportunities for interfaith understanding. Please feel free to join us at our events and prayer services, and to contact us with any questions about Islam or Muslims.
The center offers a place to pray, Community Center, Sunday school, summer school, Quranic and Arabic teachings in addition to a full time Islamic school that covers preschool through 8th grade. We also have weekend Flag Football and Basketball leagues throughout the year for the youth of our community.

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HIC Annual Fundraising

The Huntsville Islamic Center will hold its annual fundraising event
When: Saturday, July 11, 2015. After dinner, around 8:45 PM
Where: HIC Gymnasium
Who: Speaker Dr. Farhan Abdul Azeez
Dr. Farhan Abdul Azeez Biography:
Brother Farhan Abdul Azeez completed his undergraduate studies from Michigan State University (MSU) in 2006, graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Human Biology. During his time there, he served as Public Relations head and later President of the Muslim Students Association. His passion for Islam led him to study Arabic and Tajweed with Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan and others at the Bayyinah Dream program, wherein he graduated and earned a diploma in the Arabic language. He also teaches with AlMaghrib Institute, the course (available online) titled "Sweetness of Salah: Developing Khushoo' in Your Prayers", a 16-part in-depth series on how to enjoy and experience Khushoo' your prayers.
Brother Farhan went to medical school at MSU, graduating from Michigan State University's College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2012. He currently is a medical resident specializing in Emergency Medicine.
Due to his love of cats, some of his friends have dubbed him "Abu Hurairah."

Ramadan starts on June 18th, 2015

HIC follows Islamic Society of North America’s calendar for Ramadan and Eid dates.
The first day of Ramadan is June 18, 2015, Taraweeh prayer will start June 17th.
"Ishaa Prayer starts at 9:45 PM followed by Taraweeh prayer"
Ramadan Iftar & Dinner:
Fridays: Community potluck iftar and dinner will be held.
Saturdays & Sundays: Sponsored iftar and dinner will be served for the entire community.
Mondays - Thursdays: Sponsored iftar and dinner will be served for students, singles, reverts along with the sponsor's personal invitees. 
For Huntsville Ramadan prayer timetable, please click Here

HIC board wishes the whole community A blessed 2015 Ramadan

Adult Qur’an memorization contest (2015/1436):

Date : Saturday, July 11
Time: After Dhuhr prayer , 1:00 PM
All contestants will be judged on clarity of voice and rhythm of recitation.
For additional information, or to register for the contest, please contact Osama Khan at 256-520-0984
Qur'an contest  for Non-Arabic speakers:
Beginners……….Surah Al-Nasr
Intermediate….Surah Al-Zalzala
Advanced….......Surah Al-Shams
Qur'an contest for Arabic speakers:
Beginners……….Surah Al-Enshiqaq
Intermediate….Surah Qaf
Advanced…..….Surah Al-Furqan

Prayer Times

Sunday July 05, 2015
19 Ramadan, 1436 Hijri

Islam in Brief



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