Eid al-Fitr Muslim 3-day festival begins, May 24-27, 2020

What is and when is the three-day Muslim festival Shawwal after Ramadan? Continue reading Eid al-Fitr Muslim 3-day festival begins, May 24-27, 2020

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Eid al-Adha Muslim ‘Feast Sacrifice’ ends Fast of AV 9, 2020

Hajj ends on Fast of Av 9 2020. May we have peace in our world and not war. The Dire Straits and days of fasting both end. Continue reading Eid al-Adha Muslim ‘Feast Sacrifice’ ends Fast of AV 9, 2020

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Laylatul Qadr – Muslim Night of Power

Jesus Yeshua ascended into heaven this day…May 19, 2020 is 25 Iyyar..the 40th Day Counting Omer. May peace come to our earth as He returns to be King of Kings. Continue reading Laylatul Qadr – Muslim Night of Power

Ramadan United States Schedule

Ramadan (also known as Ramadhan or Ramzan) is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. It is a period of prayer, fasting, charity-giving and self-accountability for Muslims in the United States. The first verses of the Koran (Qu’ran) were revealed … Continue reading Ramadan United States Schedule

The Ninth Plague Exodus 9:4 2019

What can  we learn about January 11, 5 Shevat 2019 when we see live recordings of multitudes of God’s version of locusts invading Egypt’s religious center, Mecca?  What are we to think when it happens when all around the world … Continue reading The Ninth Plague Exodus 9:4 2019

What Happens on Tammuz 13

TAMMUZ 13 1523 First printed Sefer HaChinuch – still given as a Bar Mitzva gift. 1836 President James Madison dies 1941 Jew yellow badge required in Baltic States 1942 40,000 Russian Jews are trapped 1949 7.5 earthquake Tajikistan July 10. … Continue reading What Happens on Tammuz 13

What is the difference between Sunni and Shia Muslims?

CLASHES between Islam’s two big sects, the Sunni and the Shia, take place across the Muslim world. In the Middle East a potent mix of religion and politics has sharpened the divide between Iran’s Shia government and the Gulf states, … Continue reading What is the difference between Sunni and Shia Muslims?

#MeToo in the Mosque

“While the brave Iranian women protested against hijab laws, Western feminists celebrated hijab”. — Rita Panahi, Herald Sun, Australia. Instead of a celebration of Islamist discrimination against women, the West should promote a #MeToo in the mosque, the — Read … Continue reading #MeToo in the Mosque