Sha’baan: The Month of Muhammad (pbuh)

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Why reflect on Isra wal Miraj?

As we approach this time, here is a reminder about this day.


Every event in the Prophet’s (pbuh) life has been an important lesson for us to learn from. Yet many of us take for granted the magnificent life and legacy of the one whose sole mission was to teach mankind the purpose of his life.

The journey of Isra wal Miraj was a miraculous journey in his life that not only brought enormous amounts of blessings to him but also to us. This journey was God Almighty’s wonderful response to the Prophet’s (pbuh) sad state in the year which is commonly known as “The year of great sadness”. This was a particularly sad time for Muhammad (pbuh) as his beloved wife Khadija (RA), who was his strongest supporter had passed away. Soon after, his Uncle Abu Talib passed on and left him completely alone, with no protection against the fierce Tribe of Quraish in Mecca.

With no one by his side…

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Who are American Muslims?

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Ya Nabi Salaam Alaika (Oh Prophet, may peace be upon you!)



Rabbi Ul Awwal happens to be the month that God Almightly had blessed this earth with the birth of His most beloved and final messenger Muhammad. (peace and blessings be upon him) According to many scholarly narrations, it is believed that the 12th of Rabbi Al Awwal (third month of the Islamic Lunar Calender) may have been the exact date of his actual birthday. There are some differences of opinion on this matter as some believe that it was on a different date; however the important thing to remember is that he was born, he lived, and the world was never the same after he had graced it with his presence. Shall we not remember him and thank God?(Allah)

There are two types of Muslims, those who choose to remember our Prophet (PBUH) him more during this month and recall his stories, sayings and actions through their…

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To Know Him is To Love Him (S); A Portrait of A Prophet (S)

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Southern California is about to be blessed once again for the Second time! CelebrateMercy proudly presents two amazing programs.

1.Benefit Dinner with esteemed speakers and light entertainment with nasheeds at the Garden Grove Lawns in a tent under a starry night on December 6th 6:30pm onwards.

2. The second program is the”Portrait of A Prophet”, a study of the Prophet Muhammad’s (S) hadith on his personal traits, characteristics and looks. Dec 5th night(7pm-9:30pm) , Dec 6th (9am to 4pm)  and Dec 7th( 9am-6pm) also at the Garden Grove Mosque upstairs in their musallah room.

Many of you have asked me what “Shama’il Class” is? Please take a few minutes to read up about it. Before you know it, this weekend will be over and you may regret missing the opportunity to get to know God’s Beloved the way He wanted us to know him.

On December 5-7 in Garden Grove, California, Shaykh Hassan Lachheb will lead students on a beautiful journey: an intimate study of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (s). He will read and provide commentary on the famous ‘Shamail of Imam Tirmidhi’, a classical text of nearly 400 hadith describing the Prophet Muhammad (s). Chapters include his physical appearance, his character, how he worshiped, how he spoke, how he ate, and his final moments. Students will be given copies of the text, in Arabic and English; sessions will begin with beautiful songs and poetry by visiting performer like Mouaz Al-Nass. On Sunday, Shaykh Hassan will issue students a formal ijaza: a traditional certification given from teacher to student for over 1,000 years since Imam Tirmidhi. Most importantly, previous students of this course would agree that by the final chapter, you will fall more deeply in love with the Prophet, hopefully painting his Prophetic Portrait in your heart forever.


SHAYKH HASSAN LACHHEB is completing a Ph.D. in Islamic Studies at Indiana University. In 2000, he completed his Masters with Honors in Islamic Theology, Islamic Legal Theory, and Maliki Fiqh from Dar al-Hadith al-Hassaniyyah in Rabat, Morocco. He also earned a Bachelors degree in Arabic Language and Literature. Shaykh Hassan has extensively studied several Islamic disciplines, receiving many Ijazaat (licenses to teach).

Currently, he resides with his wife and three children in Knoxville, Tennessee where he teaches at the University and serves as the Muslim community’s Scholar-in-Residence.

If this interests you then go to to get your seats now.

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CelebrateMercy Presents: Hope After Hardship-Lessons from Muhammad’s Migration to Medina


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CelebrateMercy Presents CM8 Ramadan Webcast “HOPE AFTER HARDSHIP”


For the Month of July and August and September don’t forget to register for CelebrateMercy’s 8th Webcast which will be broadcasted live on the internet from July10 – Sept 14th of 2014. Check out their flyer and register now so you can watch this live at the times that suit your local time zones. Don’t delay as tickets are selling fast:

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