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Eid is Wednesday

Since there have been no reported sightings of the new moon any where in the world, tomorrow, June 4th, will be the final day in the Holy Month of Ramadan and Wednesday, June 5th, will be the Eid.
We will gather on Wednesday for the takbeerat at 7:30am.
The Eid prayer will begin promptly at 8:00am.
Please be on time as to respect those who need to go on to work that day.
The prayer will be followed by a potluck breakfast, so please bring a vegetarian dish to share!!
Additionally, on or before the time of the Eid prayer, each head of household is responsible to pay zakat al-fitr on behalf of each member of the household or those they are monetarily responsible for. You may calculate this yourself (6.6lbs of your basic food staple) and pay its value in food or money to one who is in need. If you prefer, ICCF collects zakat al-fitr and distributes in on your behalf. We have calculated the minimum per person to be $15.00.
We look forward to seeing all of you and may your Eid be filled with love and joy!

Eid Prayer at ICCF

At our Center, we perform the Eid prayers after reliable reporting of the sighting of the new moon anywhere in the world.
According www.moonsighting.com, the new moon will not be visible anywhere in the world Monday evening. We will, however, keep track and will update our website, Facebook and send out another newsletter either way on Monday night. Please check again through midnight Monday night, and even as early as fajr on Tuesday morning for any update.
If nothing changes, we will pray on Wednesday, June 5th.
On that day, we will gather for the takbeerat at 7:30am. The Eid prayer will begin promptly at 8:00am. Please be on time as to respect those who need to go on to work that day.
The prayer will be followed by a potluck breakfast, so please bring a vegetarian dish to share!!
Additionally, on or before the time of the Eid prayer, each head of household is responsible to pay zakat al-fitr on behalf of each member of the household or those they are monetarily responsible for. You may calculate this yourself (6.6lbs of your basic food staple) and pay its value in food or money to one who is in need. If you prefer, ICCF collects zakat al-fitr and distributes in on your behalf. We have calculated the minimum per person to be $15.00.
We look forward to seeing all of you and may your Eid be filled with love and joy!

Ramadan Mubarak

Asalaamu Alaykum!
Due to numerous sightings of the new moon this evening throughout the United States, tomorrow will be the first day of fasting for the Holy Month of Ramadan! We wish the entire Muslim community, and especially the community of Central Valley Muslims, a beautiful month of introspection, worship, charity and re-energizing of the soul.
We have many wonderful programs at ICCF and we hope you do your best to be here with us for all of them.
We are also asking community members to donate generously towards the many iftars that we will share together.
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