Khateeb: Shaikh Ahmad Kutty
In accordance with the announcement of Saudi authorities on the sighting of the new moon of Dhul Hijjah, the Islamic Institute of Toronto will be observing Eid Ul Adha on Sunday August 11.
Dhul Hijjah 1 falls on Friday August 2 and it heralds the ten days of Dhul Hijjah.
The Day of ‘Arafah is Saturday August 10 – this is the main day of Hajj. Fasting is recommended on this day for those who are not performing Hajj.
Please consult the resources below for more on the first ten days of Dhul Hijjah, and recommended practices for the Day of Arafat and Eid al-Adha.
Prayer will be outdoors – please dress according to the weather, and bring: prayer mats, umbrella, sunglasses and reusable shoe-bags.
Please make wudu at home, arrive early, and consider carpooling with family and friends. Parking available on both sides of Neilson Road, at the Scarborough Convention Centre, and Neilson Park (just south of Neilson & Finch) – no parking on Finch Avenue.
The IIT is wheelchair accessible, and ASL interpretation will be provided.