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Eid Al Adha Salah

Eid Al Adha Salah

7/06/2024

You're invited to join us for Eid Al Adha Salah and support the construction project of Masjid E Zahra. Venue: 53 Skipton Street, Mangere East, Auckland Time: 8:45 AM, inshaAllah. Light refreshments will be provided, and separate arrangements for kids and women will be available. For more information, visit www.Alfalah.nz.

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Eid Al Fitr Salah

Eid Al Fitr Salah

11/04/2024

Eid Al Fitr Salah You and your family are cordially invited to join us for Eid Al Fitr Salah Venue- Iesu Ole Ola Samoan Hall 19 Neol Burnside Drive, Wiri Papatoetoe Date - Eid Day Time - 8.45 AM ان شاء الله Light refreshments will be served. Masjid E Zahra Al Falah Educational Trust

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Commencement of Structural Framework for Masjid-E-Zahra, Auckland

Commencement of Structural Framework for Masjid-E-Zahra, Auckland

12/09/2023

Commencement of Structural Framework for Masjid-E-Zahra, Auckland, We sincerely request your continued support and prayers for the seamless and timely completion of the Masjid E Masjid-E-Zahra New Zealand.

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Press Release

Press Release

4/01/2023

Al-Falah Educational Trust Management

Sufi Irfan Qadiri

Ameer

Sufi Irfan Qadiri comes from a well-known Sufi family who has spiritually enlightened the hearts over decades. Since he arrived in New Zealand, he has been involved in an Islamic Leadership role

Maulana Wasim Malik

Ustadh / Teacher

Maulana Wasim Malik is the youngest Imam of Masjid Al Mustafa – New Zealand. He always had a strong connection with Islam and studied Islamic Theology from England.

Waseem Ashraf

Founding Trustee

I moved to New Zealand in 1993 after graduating and completing my education. Since moving to New Zealand, I have worked in different industries and successfully run my Automotive and

Naveed Hamid

Founding Trustee

Naveed Hamid is an entrepreneur with extensive experience in business and social enterprise leadership and management at positions of increasing responsibility.

Farooq Chaudhry

Founding Trustee

Farooq completed his studies, including Hifz e- Quran in Pakistan, leading Salat e Taraweeh for six consecutive years. Later he started his journey as an entrepreneur and business owner;

Shahid Malik

Founding Trustee

Shahid mahmood

Founding Trustee

The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said, "Whoever builds a Masjid for Allah, Allah will build for him a house like it in Paradise" (Sahih al-Bukhari


As one of the most significant institutions in Islam, masjidain  play a central role in the lives of Muslims worldwide. In addition to being a place of worship, masjidain  serve as a community center, a hub for social activities, and a source of knowledge and guidance. Building a Masjid is a noble endeavor that carries with it a multitude of benefits and rewards, both in this world and the hereafter. In this post, we will explore some of the reasons why building a Masjid is such a worthwhile project.

  1. Establishing a House of Allah

Building a Masjid is an act of worship in itself. When a Muslim builds a Masjid, he or she is contributing to the establishment of a house of Allah, which is a noble and righteous deed. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said, "Whoever builds a Masjid for Allah, Allah will build for him a house like it in Paradise" (Sahih al-Bukhari).

  1. Strengthening the Community

masjidain serve as a hub for social activities and bring members of the community together. By building a Masjid, you are providing a space for Muslims to gather for prayer, social events, and educational activities. This helps to strengthen the bonds between members of the community and fosters a sense of unity and belonging.

  1. Spreading Knowledge

masjidain are also a source of knowledge and guidance. They offer classes and lectures on a variety of topics, including Islamic history, Quranic studies, and fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence). By building a Masjid, you are providing a space for Muslims to learn and grow in their faith, which has a profound impact on their spiritual well-being.

  1. Leaving a Lasting Legacy

Building a masjid is an act of charity that has the potential to benefit people for generations to come. Long after you have passed away, the Masjid you built will continue to serve as a place of worship and a community center, providing countless people with a source of guidance and support. This is a legacy that will continue to earn you rewards in the hereafter.

  1. Fulfilling a Religious Obligation

In Islam, building a Masjid is considered a religious obligation (fard kifayah) for the community. By contributing to the construction of a Masjid, you are fulfilling this obligation and earning the reward of a righteous deed.In conclusion, building a Masjid is a noble and worthwhile project that carries with it a multitude of benefits and rewards. It is an act of worship, a means of strengthening the community, a source of knowledge, a way of leaving a lasting legacy, and a fulfillment of a religious obligation. May Allah (SWT) reward those who undertake this noble endeavor and make their efforts a means of bringing us all closer to Him.

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