Ramadan Mubarak to you all from Dar Ul-Isra. We are pleased to be opening up our doors for Taraweeh prayers from tonight. The mosque will 𝗼𝗽𝗲𝗻 𝗮𝘁 𝗜𝘀𝗵𝗮 𝗔𝗱𝗵𝗮𝗻 𝘁𝗶𝗺𝗲 (𝟵:𝟮𝟯𝗽𝗺) and prayers will start 15 minutes after the Adhan is called.
Please note the following important points:
1. Please avoid arriving before Isha Adhan;
2. Taraweeh will consist of 8 shortened rakahs;
3. Brothers and sisters welcome;
4. Children must be 11+ years old and accompanied by an adult; and
5. Spaces will be offered on a first come first served basis.
Please also remember to make wudu at home and to bring your own prayer mat, mask and bag for shoes.
There will be a live stream of Taraweeh prayers each day on
live.darulisra.org.uk and on Facebook.
We look forward to welcoming you all this Ramadan.
We ask you to join the Dar Ul Isra WhatsApp announcement service for regular updates by sending “JOIN” via WhatsApp to 07517393930.
- Dar Ul Isra Management -
Dar Ul Isra is a mosque and community centre in the heart of Cardiff. The COVID support project was launched to help meet the needs of the community during this difficult time. Our response has 3 main arms. The first is to try and help protect those working tirelessly to protect us- the NHS frontline staff, through our PPE appeal. The second is to support vulnerable members of the community with food and supply delieveries and the third is our chaplaincy support. We want to support and guide you through these difficult times, in particular if you face the challenges of losing a loved one in this crisis.
"Be merciful to those on the earth and one in the heavens will have mercy upon you"
- The Prophet Muhammed PBUH -
Remember, the mosque may be closed but your connection with Allah (God) can stay open and strong. The beauty of our faith is its simplicity and accessibility. You do not need an Imam or scholar to reach God. You do not need a mosque to pray- any clean spot will do. You can pray alone or with others.
“And when my devotees ask you concerning me, tell them I am near. I answer the prayer of those who call to me”- Holy Quran
Likewise, please remember you do not need money to give charity. As our beloved Prophet taught us even a smile to another is a form of charity. A kind act or simple word should never be underestimated.