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Eid Al-Adha and Prayer Guidelines

Asalaam Alaykum,

The IAOS-Moose Jaw Board would like to inform all brothers and sisters that Eid Al-Adha will be on Tuesday, July 20th 2021. There are will be two groups of prayer times :

Group 1: 7:45 am – 8:00 am

Group 2: 8:15 am – 8:30 am

Eid and Jumaah Prayer Guidelines for the safety of the community against continuing Covid-19 Infection:

The IAOS-Moose Jaw’s Board decided to continue with the following guidelines to protect the Muslim community against Covid-19 virus variants infection.

  1. Wearing MASK will be mandatory for all Eid and Jummah Prayers
  2. The main prayers halls ( for both brothers and sisters) will be shoulder-to-shoulder prayer, with no social distance, but MASK is mandatory.
  3. The basement will be reserved for brothers who are taking extra precautions. Social distance and MASk wearing will be mandatory in the basement.
  4. Everyone will be checked for body temperature. If your body temperature is 6 oC or above you will be asked to go home as this is the fever temperature.
  5. Bringing Prayer mats is optional, but is highly recommended
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On June 07, 2021, a heinous act took the life of four members of a Muslim family while seriously injuring one in London, Ontario driven by hate and islamophobia. The Islamic Association of Saskatchewan, Moose jaw (IAOS-Moose Jaw) mourns with the family and condemns this terrorist attack. IAOS-Moose Jaw calls upon political leaders of all parties to take concrete steps towards addressing the root causes of such hate crime and make Canada a place where people because of their Islamic faith do not feel scared and terrorized.

إِنَّا لِلَّٰهِ وَإِنَّا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعُونَ
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