We pray to Allah (S.W.T.) that you will be rewarded for your efforts in this world and hereafter. (Ameen) All donations are tax deductible
We humbly request everyone to take part in our Expansion Project (20 Overlea Blvd.) by contributing any amount you are able to. We have to REPAY Qarz of 7.1 MILLION DOLLARS. We urge everyone to donate at least $1,000 within next 12 to 18 months either one time or on monthly basis, than it will make it much easier for us to Repay Qarz e Hasana. We URGENTLY need 1.2 Million Dollars by December 31 ,2018. If you wish to lend us any amount as Qarz for this project, we will return it to you by a date you specify inshallah. For more details about project, please contact our Imams or IST office.
Your Duaas, Donations and Qarz E Hasana will be highly valued.
Click here to >Donate Now OR Download Pre-authorized Monthly Donation Form, Sayyiduna ‘Amr bin ‘Auf رضي الله عنه narrates: Nabi صلى الله عليه وسلم said: “Certainly charity increases one’s lifespan, prevents an evil death, and Allah removes through it pride and arrogance.” (Al Mu’jamul Kabir, Hadith: 31, vol: 17)
IST Expansion Project: We Thank you all for your generosity to achieve the target to purchase 20 Overlea Blvd. Please donate ($100 or $60 or $30) per month (or any amount you are able to) on Monthly plan for Sadaqh Jariyah. We also need funds to do interior renovations in new property. May Allah (SWT) reward all of you and your family abundantly in this world and hereafter. (Ameen) Please spread the message to as many brothers & sisters and encourage others to donate. We are still collecting Qarz for short or long term. Please come to IST office with Donations & Qarz. All donations are tax deductible. >Click Here to Donate Now .
“Allah, says, ‘Spend, O son of Adam, and I shall spend on you. -Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) (Al-Bukhari & Muslim).
Rasulullah SAW said “The most beloved deeds to Allah are those done in continuity, even though they may be small (in amount).”Every day try to give some sort of donation to IST. Please donate any amount per month on Monthly pre authorized payment plan for Sadaqh Jaria for yourself or for your loved one.
Little bit about our wonderful community:
IST boasts its presence among passionate brother and sisters of Islam. Serving tirelessly to accommodate and quench the competing thirst of Imaan and Yaqeen.
The current space is large enough for daily congregational prayers but during Jum’ah, Ramadan and Eid most people pray outside on the ground. IST needs help overcoming the initial financial barrier in expanding the space for a larger jamaa and Islamic school (Madrasah) for children that will cater subjects such as Tarbiyyah, Arabic language, Fiqh, Quran and many more.
The following are ways you can support us:
- Donate Generously to this project (receive blessing for everyone who uses the masjid in the future)
- Share this project on social media by clicking the appropriate button at the top of this screen (receive blessing for everyone who sees your share and donates or also shares)
- Share this project details in your What’sApp groups, Facebook, Twitter (receive Barakah and rewards for sharing and those who donate)
- Make a du’aa to Allah to make a way for this community to build His house (du’aa is the weapon of the believer).
Prophet Muhammad ﷺ said, “Protect yourself from hell-fire even by giving a piece of date as charity.” (Al-Bukhari & Muslim)
Sunday Classes: Class Timing- Every Sun. 10.00 am to 2.00 pm. $35 monthly fees. Please visit Masjid office on Sun. 11 am to 1 pm for details and registration.
Donating online is very Easy. Click on the link below and you’ll be taken to our charity page on canadahelps.org, Our yearly operating budget is approx. $395,000. A tax deductible receipt will be sent for all donations. Click HERE > Donate Online now through CanadaHelps.org.
We accept Visa/M.C. & Debit for donation at IST office.
Abu Muhammad Abdallah Ibn Ahmad Ibn al-Baitar Dhiya al-Din al-Malaqi was one of the greatest scientists of Muslim Spain and was the greatest botanist and pharmacist of the Middle Ages. He was born in the Spanish city of Malaqa (Malaga) towards the end of the 12th century. He learned botany from Abu al-Abbas al-Nabati, a learned botanist, with whom he started collecting plants in and around Spain. In 1219 he left Spain on a plant-collecting expedition and travelled along the northern coast of Africa as far as Asia Minor. The exact modes of his travel (whether by land or sea) are not known, but the major stations he visited include Bugia, Qastantunia (Constantinople), Tunis, Tripoli, Barqa and Adalia.
After 1224 he entered the service of al-Kamil, the Egyptian Governor, and was appointed chief herbalist. In 1227 al-Kamil extended his domination to Damascus, and Ibn al-Baitar accompanied him there which provided him an opportunity to collect plants in Syria His researches on plants extended over a vast area: including Arabia and Palestine, which he either visited or managed to collect plants from stations located there. He died in Damascus in 1248.
Ibn Baitar’s major contribution, Kitab al-Jami fi al-Adwiya al- Mufrada, is one of the greatest botanical compilations dealing with medicinal plants in Arabic. It enjoyed a high status among botanists up to the 16th century and is a systematic work that embodies earlier works, with due criticism, and adds a great part of original contribution. The encyclopaedia comprises some 1,400 different items, largely medicinal plants and vegetables, of which about 200 plants were not known earlier. The book refers to the work of some 150 authors mostly Arabic, and it also quotes about 20 early Greek scientists. It was translated into Latin and published in 1758.
His second monumental treatise Kitab al-Mlughni fi al-Adwiya al-Mufrada is an encyclopaedia of medicine. The drugs are listed in accordance with their therapeutical value. Thus, its 20 different chapters deal with the plants bearing significance to diseases of head, ear, eye, etc. On surgical issues he has frequently quoted the famous Muslim surgeon, Abul Qasim Zahrawi. Besides Arabic, Baitar has given Greek and Latin names of the plants, thus facilitating transfer of knowledge.
Ibn Baitar’s contributions are characterised by observation, analysis and classification and have exerted a profound influence on Eastern as well as Western botany and medicine. Though the Jami was translated/published late in the western languages as mentioned above, yet many scientists had earlier studied various parts of the book and made several references to it.