Institute of Islamic Studies
379 Princeton Hightstown Rd, Cranbury, NJ 08512
(609) 448-0100

   
 

Who's Who

        This page is dedicated to our community. Here we have included a brief (& voluntary) introduction of our community members. As you can see that we are very fortunate to have a very talented and educated members in our community.


M. Ali Siddiqui
          
Ali lives in Monroe Township. He is an engineer by profession and  works for Alcatel-Lucent. He is a software and Data networking professional with 18+ years of experience. He has several patents and publications in his field.

Manzoor Shah
           Manzoor lives in West Windsor township and owns an Information Technology consulting company. He is Oracle expert.

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Announcements

JOB OPENINGS (Voluntary)

IIS Saturday School is looking
for
following qualified individuals:

1. Principal
2. Asst. Principal 
3. School Administrator
4. Asst. Administrator
5. School Advisory Board chairman
6. Curriculum Advisor

Required Qualifications:
Prior teaching experience must
Prior administration experience must
Managerial experience optional

If you are interested in this noble
cause, please contact Dr. Shafiq directly
@ 
732-666-4150 or
vaseem_0786@yahoo.com 
by Aug 8, 2013.
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IIS Young Muslims - IyM

Youth Chapter at IIS
Please join.

The Prophet stated: “Every Muslim should give charity.” He was asked, “What if one cannot?” He replied, “Then he should go find work and help himself and others.” He was asked, “What if one cannot?” The Prophet replied,“Then he should help someone in need.” He was asked, “What if one cannot?” He replied, “Then he should command what is right or good.” The Prophet was asked, “What if one cannot?”He replied, “Then at least he should refrain from evil, and that would be charity for him” (Bukhari, Muslim).

 

Services

      Saturday School
      Youth Activities
      Social Activities
      Weekend Halaqa
        (Study Circle)



Daily Prayers/Iqamah Timings

   Fajr           5:45 AM
   Zuhar       1:00 PM
   'Asr           3:00 PM
   Maghrib   At Sunset
   'Isha         9:00 PM

 

  Friday Prayer - 1
    Athan and Khutba - 1:05 PM
    Jama'at (Salah)     - 1:30 PM
    End of Salah           - 1:40 PM

  Friday Prayer - 2
    Athan and Khutba - 1:55 PM
    Jama'at (Salah)     - 2:20 PM
    End of Salah           - 2:30 PM

 

   Khutbah Guidelines

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