| March 25, 2018


Youth Event - Both Brothers and sister - All ages

Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda - 3 Day Seminar November 3rd to 5th 2017

By Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda

When the very things you hold dear are under constant attack, not knowing how to respond is often the precursor to a crisis of faith. This class covers the most commonly misinterpreted source texts in Islam, refutes doubts and develops a methodology to understanding them. There is no beating around the bush here. Discuss matters head on like reasons people leave Islam, attacks on Quran, accusations of gender bias, issues from the Seerah, and the nature of the Islamic penal code.

Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and at the age of 10 began the road to knowledge by moving to Karachi, Pakistan, and memorizing the entire Qur’an in less than one year.

After graduating from high school, he continued his studies abroad at the renowned Jamia Binoria and graduated from its demanding seven year program in 2002 at the top of his class with numerous licenses to teach in various Islamic Sciences. Along with the Alim Course he concurrently completed a B.A. and M.A. in Arabic from Karachi University. He also obtained a Masters in Islamic Studies from the University of Sindh. He taught Arabic at the University of Texas at Arlington from 2005 to 2007. He served as the Imam at the Colleyville Masjid in the Dallas area for three years. He is a founding member and chairman of Mansfield Islamic Center.

He has served as an instructor and curriculum advisor to various Islamic schools and Islamic studies programs including Qalam Seminary for which he is the founder and director. His latest projects include Quran Intensive (a summer program focusing on Arabic grammar and Tafsir), Quranic analysis lectures, Khateeb Training, chronicling of the Prophetic Biography, and personally mentoring and teaching his students at the Qalam Seminary.

His light-hearted nature and southern warmth make him one of the most sought-after speakers on the international scene.

Scholar has Joined DAT

Mufti Syed Haneef Ahmed grew up in Brooklyn, New York and pursued his initial years of higher traditional Islamic learning (Alimiyyah course) locally in Darul Uloom New York. After six years at the institute, he transferred to Madrasah In’aamiyyah in Camperdown, South Africa, where he completed his final year of the Alimiyyah course.
Upon graduation in 2014, he spent a year in propagating the religion and calling Muslims toward a stronger relationship with Allah Ta’ala. Mufti Syed Haneef Ahmed then traveled to Sherwood, South Africa and enrolled at Darul Iftaa al-Mahmudiyyah to specialize in the field of issuing legal verdicts (iftaa) under the world renowned scholar and expert in Islamic finance, Mufti Ebrahim Desai. After two rigorous years of study, he received authorization (ijazah) in issuing legal verdicts (fataawa).
• Completed until 8th Grade in IS 240 - Brooklyn, New York (2007)
• Attended Darul Uloom New York - Queens, New York (2007 – 2013)
• Completed High School (GED) (2012)
• Graduated from Madrasah In’aamiyyah - Camperdown, South Africa - with authority (Ijazah) to teach Qur’anic studies, Hadith, Fiqh and Arabic Studies (2014)
• Graduated from Darul Iftaa al-Mahmudiyyah - Sherwood, Durban, RSA - with authority (Ijazah) in issuing legal verdicts (Fataawa) (2015 – 2017)
Thesis/Research Papers
Produced research papers on a range of issues on classical and contemporary topics. Among them are the following:
1. Philosophy of Shari’ah: Islamic Legal Maxims, Principles of Fatawa, History & Codification of Madh’habs
2. Islamic Medical Jurisprudence: Organ Transplantation, Euthanasia, FGM
3. Islamic Family Law: Prenuptial Contracts, Divorce Precedents,
4. Islamic Commercial Law: Contract analysis, Charitable Endowments, Introduction to Islamic Finance
5. Main Thesis: Addressing the Musical Conundrum: The balanced Fiqhi perspective


summer Camp 2017

Camp Taqwa 2017
Insha Allah the Summer Camp will be starting June 19th 2017.  We have great field trips and activities scheduled.  Click here to go to DAT website for more information
Summer Camp Program - For Ages 5 - 15 years
Ten sessions - June 19 thru August 18
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Before / aftercare available - 7:30-9:00 am / 4:00 - 5:30pm
Camp Taqwa is a full day summer camp program offering a variety of indoor/outdoor activities with a positive mix of fun & learning. It gives kids a chance to meet new other campers, see old friends, and form future friendships.
Some Activities offered:
Outdoor Sports - Soccer, kickball, basketball, badminton, croquet, volleyball, relay races, bike riding Gaming: ping pong, foosball, air hockey, board games, Building/constructing, Arts / Crafts, Cooking, Planting, Water activities, Quran recitation/memorization, Islamic studies, Seerat classes, Field trips, and Swimming.
Field Trips
June 21st         Mini Golf 
June 28th             Pottery Shop                    
July 5th                 Red Zone Adventure     
July 19th              Brunswick Zone
July 19th          Port Discovery  
July 26th          Clarks's Elioak Farm    
$140 - 1 session or $110 - 5 or more Paid in full up front. Field trip cost $25.00 per camper per trip
- 10 % 2ndchild,     - 20% 3rd child,     - 30% 4th child
For Registration Online
After registration, you can pay online via PayPal

New Mic/Speaker system

Board of Directors has been working with many vendors regarding a new system for our Masjid.  A good sound system is the heart of Masjid for listening beautiful recitation of Quran especially in Ramadhan.  Insha Allah the system will be installed and completely functional before this coming Ramadhan.  

Individualized tutoring for Middle School

Inshaa Allah Dar Al-Taqwa is offering tutoring for Middle School grades in Math, English, Science and Arabic. Tutors are professionally trained and have experience dealing with teens. Services are one-one, so students receive individualized attention unlike group tutoring which is common elsewhere. Sessions are offered Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in the evening. For details and to register click on this link


Weekly Halaqua - by Shiekh Abdelmoniem Elamin

Weekly Halaqua - Wednessday
Time:  after Ishaa
By:     Shiekh Abdelmoniem Elamin
Topic: Islamic Finance (additional topics will be picked over time)

Sisters Event Age 12 -16 - Monday June 20, 27, & July 4 2016 7:30 PM

Catching Ramadan before it leaves

Young Sisters age 12 -16 event where there is fun, iftaar, and chat about Ramadan reflections

Lost and Found

Lost and Found

We have a lot of items that were found in DAT property.  Items are consists of the following”
-          Jewelry
-          Valuable watches
-          Smart phones.

The Islamic center is not liable for any personal losses, It is not permissible for anyone to pick up any kind of lost property unless he can be sure that he will deal with it properly and that he is able to make the necessary announcements, based on  the hadeeth of Zayd ibn Khaalid al-Juhani (may Allah be pleased with him), who said: “The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was asked about lost gold and silver. He said, ‘Know the details of the purse and the string, then announce it for a year. If no one claims it, then dispose of it, and it is like a trust in your hands. Then if the owner comes along some day, give it to him.”

The meaning of the phrase “Know the purse and the string” refers to the kind of purse or wallet that money is kept in and the way it is fastened or tied up.  The meaning of the phrase “then announce it for a year” is that it should be mentioned to people in the places where they gather, such as in market places and by the doors of the mosque etc. “A year” means for one full year. In the first week after it is found, it should be announced every day, because it is more likely that the owner will come in that first week. After that it should be announced as often as is customary among the people.

This was the method of announcing lost property in the past. Nowadays people should make lost and found announcements in whatever way is appropriate. What matters is achieving the desired result, so one must do whatever it takes to return property to its rightful owner. 

The hadeeth indicates that it is obligatory to know exactly what the lost property is. The phrase “Know the purse and the strings” indicates that it is obligatory to know what it looks like, so that if the owner comes and describes it properly, it can be given to him, but if his description is at odds with the true description, then it is not permissible to give it to him.

The phrase “If no one claims it, then dispose of it” indicates that the finder takes possession of the property after one year has passed and after announcing it, but he should not dispose of it before he knows exactly what it is, i.e., until he knows “the purse and the string”, and he knows its value, nature and description. If the original owner comes along some time later, and describes it accurately, he should then give it to him, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “If someone comes looking for it someday, then give it to him.”

If someone comes looking for it and describes it properly, it must be given to him without asking him for proof or to swear an oath, because of the command of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) to that effect, and because his precise description is sufficient in the place of proof or an oath. Indeed, his description may be clearer and more honest than proof or an oath. He should also be given any increase, whether attached or separate. But if he is not able to describe it, then it should not be given to him, because it is a trust in the hands of the finder, and it is not permissible for him to give it to someone who cannot prove that he is the owner.

If you have lost an item, please email us the description of the item to info@taqwa.net

DAT Saturday School & Sunday Schools are in progress

If you need to register your children to DAT School please use the following email address

For Saturday School - saturdayschool@taqwa.net
For Sunday School -   sundayschool@taqwa.net


Prayer Schedule

FAJIR 5:43 6:15
DUHR 1:14 13:30
ASR 16:43 17:00
MAGHRIB 19:25 19:25
ISHA 20:40 21:00
Prayer & Iqamah Time Policy Prayer Calendar

Jummah Prayers

March 30, 2018
1st DAT12:45pm1:15PM
2nd DAT2:00pm2:30pm