Eid Preparation – [Special Thanks to all Brothers and Sisters at Masjid Al-Furqaan]
Brothers and Sisters, I just want to personally thank everyone for attending today’s Eid prayer within the park – and by way of that reviving the Sunnah of our Messenger Muhammad [sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam].
May Allaah reward you all with His blessings for having patience with us and actually staying to participate and enjoy the food prepared by our brothers and sisters. (Even though it was lightly drizzling at times)
I would also like to thank all my Brothers and sisters for taking part in helping out and making today a success by the will of Allaah.
Everyone I have spoken to today – During the event and after the event – have praised the whole setup and thorougly enjoyed prayer at the park.
And this is credit to all of our brothers and sisters and the roles they played, prior, during and after the event.
From the brothers and sisters who made the goody bags, sandwiches, teas and other food items – all the way to the ones who cleaned up, wiped things down and returned all furniture back to its place within the school.
Well done – execllant team and community effort and we ask that you set these good actions in your scroll of good deeds.
The light drizzle of rain became an insignificant matter as i saw our brothers, sisters and children enjoying themselves.
We have already started to consider, discuss and plan how we as a Masjid can improve on todays event for ‘eid al Adha.
Please feel free to text me if you have any ideas that are practical and can be enjoyed by our community.
Further to this – Masha’Allaah -Salafi Communites up and down the country, Birmingham, Manchester, Bradford, Loughborough, Slough, Cricklewood, Reading, Cranford and Tooting – have all been doing some amazing work today in making this Sunnah a reality on the day of ‘eid. In some places 1000s of people have gathered – Alhamdulilaah.
May Allaah make the Salafis Blessed in every time and place – and May He Allow them to bring benefit to themselves and their communities wherever in the world they maybe.