"O you who believe, remember Allah abundantly, and glorify Him in the mornings and evenings."

"O you who believe, remember Allah abundantly, and glorify Him in the mornings and evenings."

Al-Ahzab: 42

One of the most important act of devotion in Islam is DhikruLlah or the remembrance of Allah, and one of the tradition of our pious predecessors is to gather in remembering Allah.

In keeping with this tradition, we gather every Thursday night at Qaswa House to recite a series of du'a and dhikr that were taught by Prophet Muhammad and later compiled by the great 12th century scholar, al-Imam Abdullah ibn Alawi al-Haddad.

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Of all the litanies that have been composed by the great masters, the Ratib of Imam al-Haddad stands out as one of the most famous and popular with both the elect and the common Muslims.

As such it has acquired the title Ar-Ratib ash-Shahir, 'The Famous Litany.' The Ratib was first instituted in a village in Shibam, Yemen and from there spread through out the world. At its height it was recited every nght near Bab as-Safa in Masjid al-Haram, and Bab ar-Rahma at Masjid an-Nabawi.

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Join us on our weekly dhikr program which will be followed by a short study of the seerah of the Prophet ﷺ

The program is open to all adults and children.

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