The Muslim Association
Of Brantford

Brantford Mosque is owned and maintained by The Muslim Association of Brantford (MAB). The Muslim Association of Brantford is a Canadian charitable organization, established in 1967.

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Eid ul Adha : Friday July 31, 2020

he Board and Imam of Muslim Association of Brantford would like to wish you and your families a very blessed and happy Eid. For all those who are in Hajj, we pray Allah (swt) grants them a Hajj Mabroor. For those who were unable to go Hajj, we make dua that Allah invites you to His House and that your ibaadah completed during the best 10 days of the year are accepted. Taqabbal Allahu minna wa minkum May Allah accept (good deeds) from us and from you. Here are some important info of Eid.

Eid ul Adha : Friday July 31, 2020
Eid Salah: (Pre-Registration is Mandatory). Register here
First Jamat @ 7:30 AM ( Age limit:14-Senior)
Second Jamat @ 9:00 AM ( Age limit:14-Senor)
Pray Eid Salah at home (For children under 14, Senior and those who cannot attend Eid Salah as you have to look after children and Seniors)
Watch us live from 7:15 to 9:30 AM @
Day of Arafah: Thursday, July 30
Plan to fast. Hope 2 years sins will be forgiven
Day of Takbiraat:
After Each Prayer: Thurs, July 30 Fajr to Mon, August 3, Asr.
Anytime : Wed July 22 to Mon August 3
Wordings of Takbiraat:
Allaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar, laa ilaaha ill-Allaah, Allaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar, wa Lillaahi’l-hamd
Days of Fasting:
Wednesday July 22 to Thursday, July 30 (Dhulhijjah 1-9)
If you are sacrificing an animal (udhiya/qurbani),
avoid cutting your hair and nails until your animal has been slaughtered

Eid Mandatory online Pre-Registration

Masjid Re-Opening Jun. 15th 2020

InshaAllah, We are pleased to announce that Brantford Mosque will REOPEN from Fajr prayer of tomorrow, Monday, June 15 in accordance with the provincial guidelines. Daily prayers, Friday prayers and essential services will be offered following public health guidelines.

Friday prayers will start from Jun 19, Insha Allah

Friday Prayer Iqamah @ 1:50 PM Khutbah begins @ 1:25 PM

Online Registration

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Fill the form before you come to mosque to avoid waiting time.Note, this will not grant you a spot in the mosque, first come first server and when we reach to full capacity; door will be closed.
Download MAB Membership form

Upcoming Event

Ramadan Prep Workshop, More Details


Islamic School

In-Sha-Allah we will be re-launching our Islamic school for children in September. Our aim is to make this program as beneficial as possible for every child of this great community.

School Schedule
Monday 5:30pm to 7:30pm (Closed until further notice)
Thursday 5:30pm to 7:30pm (Closed until further notice)
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Cleaning Qalb from Rust

Imam's Message

The Prophet (peace be upon him) has said that hearts get rusted in the same way that iron rusts when it is wet. He further stated that when man sins a dark spot appears on the qalb. And when he does not repent or relent and continues to sin, another dark spot covers the qalb until finally the entire qalb is rusted and turns black. When the people asked the Prophet about the cure and the method to clean the qalb, he said, "Frequent remembrance of death and recitation of the Quran.".[Bayhaqi]

Accordingly, one must often remember death and the eventual meeting with Allah on the Day of Judgment; and a person must regularly recite the Quran. It is these things which cure a defective qalb, remove its rust, and cleanse its blackness. That is when it starts to glow. The nur (light) of iman (faith) is reborn within it and the whole life is rejuvenated. When the link between the qalb and Allah is established and the qalb starts to resonate with the remembrance of Allah, then the qalb will be set on the right path.

Shaikh Abu Noman Tarek, IMAM