Bismillah Ar-Rahman Ar-Raheem - In the Name of Allah the most Gracious Most Merciful

Asalaamu'alaykum Warahamatullahi Wabarakatuh
Central Mosque Blackpool & Islamic Community Centre

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Namaz Time Table 2014
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Welcome to Blackpool Mosque

"Rasul-ullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) has said, "When a Person dies the rewards for his good deeds cease except for three things for which he continues to get the reward (even after his death) and they are Sadaqa Jariyah (Perpetual Charity), knowledge which benefits people and pious children who pray after his death."  (Sahih Muslim)


Basic understanding and principles applied when inside a mosque

Switch off all Mobile phones
No Smoking
Do not speak in loud voice
Do not waste unnecessary water Adopt the correct method when using your walking stick in the mosque
Pay special attention to tidiness

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Thought for Friday Sabr; Patience

Indeed, Allah is with the patient” (Al Baqarah: 153).

Patience (or forbearing) is the state of endurance under difficult circumstances, which can mean persevering in the face of delay or provocation without acting on annoyance/anger in a negative way; or exhibiting forbearance when under strain, especially when faced with longer-term difficulties.

Patience is the level of endurance one can take before negativity. It is also used to refer to the character trait of being steadfast. 

Antonyms include hastiness and impetuousness. Patience refers to not returning harm, rather than merely enduring a difficult situation. It is the ability to control one’s emotions even when being criticised or attacked.

In cognitive neuroscience, patience is studied as a decision-making problem, involving the choice of either a small reward in the short term, or a more valuable reward in the long term. When given a choice, all animals, humans included, are inclined to favour short term rewards over long term rewards.

Patience in Islam is one of the best and most valuable virtues of life. Through patience, a Muslim believes that an individual can grow closer to God and thus attain true peace. It is also stressed in Islam, that God is with those who are patient, more specifically during suffering. Some of the Quranic verses about patience urge Muslims to:

Seek God’s help with patience, perseverance and prayer” (Al Baqarah: 45).

Give glad tidings to those who patiently persevere” (Al Baqarah: 155-157).

The Quran states that Muslims should:

Persevere in patience and constancy” (Ale Imran: 200).

Be steadfast in patience” (Hud: 115).

No one will be granted such goodness except those who exercise patience and self-restraint, none but persons of the greatest good fortune” (Fussilat: 35). read more

At The Mosque Five daily congregational Prayers are held on time every day. 

"O you who believe, remember Allah, remembering Him frequently and glorifying Him morning and evening. He it is Who sends His blessings on you, and so do His angels, that He may bring you forth out of utter darkness into the light and He is merciful to the believers (Prayer is better than sleep.)" (Holy Quran 33:41-43).The second pillar of Islam is the religious duty to perform five prescribed daily prayers or salat. All adult Muslims are supposed to perform five prayers, preceded by ritual cleansing or purification of the body at different intervals of the day. The Qur’anic references also mention the acts of standing, bowing, and prostrating during prayers and facing a set direction, known as qibla.

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