Prayer Times Nyc Sullivan County

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Prayer Times Nyc Sullivan

Sullivan County is a county in the U.S. state of New York. As of the 2010 census, the population was 77,547. The county seat is Monticello. The county’s name honors Major General John Sullivan, who was a hero in the American Revolutionary War.

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PRAYER TIMES SULLIVAN

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ISLAMIC CALENDAR OF DAYS

Date Islamic Calendar Days Fajr Dhuhur Asar Maghreb Ishaa
2.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 5:19 13:21 16:55 19:43 21:13
3.4.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”     يَوم الإثنين 5:17 13:20 16:56 19:44 21:14
4.4.2017 Tuesday “Yoom Atthhulatha”    يَوم الثلاثاء 5:15 13:20 16:56 19:45 21:16
5.4.2017 Wednesday “Yoom Alarbia”يَوم الأربعاء 5:13 13:20 16:57 19:47 21:17
6.4.2017 Thursday   “Yoom Ylkhamees” يَوم الخميس 5:11 13:20 16:57 19:48 21:18
7.4.2017  Friday  “Yoom Aljumaa” يَوم الجمعة 5:09 13:19 16:57 19:49 21:20
8.4.2017 Saturday   “Yoom Assabt”يَوم السبت 5:07 13:19 16:58 19:50 21:21
9.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 5:05 13:19 16:58 19:51 21:23
10.4.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”  يَوم الإثنين 5:03 13:18 16:59 19:52 21:24
11.4.2017 Tuesday “Yoom Atthhulatha”يَوم الثلاثاء 5:01 13:18 16:59 19:53 21:25
12.4.2017 Wednesday “Yoom Alarbia”يَوم الأربعاء 4:59 13:18 17:00 19:54 21:27
13.4.2017 Thursday   “Yoom Ylkhamees” يَوم الخميس 4:57 13:18 17:00 19:55 21:28
14.4.2017    Friday  “Yoom Aljumaa” يَوم الجمعة 4:55 13:17 17:00 19:57 21:30
15.4.2017 Saturday   “Yoom Assabt”يَوم السبت 4:53 13:17 17:01 19:58 21:31
16.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 4:51 13:17 17:01 19:59 21:33
17.4.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”  يَوم الإثنين 4:49 13:17 17:02 20:00 21:34
18.4.2017 Tuesday “Yoom Atthhulatha”يَوم الثلاثاء 4:47 13:16 17:02 20:01 21:36
19.4.2017 Wednesday “Yoom Alarbia”يَوم الأربعاء 4:45 13:16 17:02 20:02 21:37
20.4.2017 Thursday   “Yoom Ylkhamees” يَوم الخميس 4:43 13:16 17:03 20:03 21:39
21.4.2017    Friday  “Yoom Aljumaa” يَوم الجمعة 4:41 13:16 17:03 20:04 21:40
22.4.2017 Saturday   “Yoom Assabt”يَوم السبت 4:39 13:16 17:04 20:06 21:42
23.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 4:37 13:15 17:04 20:07 21:44
24.4.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”  يَوم الإثنين 4:35 13:15 17:04 20:08 21:45
25.4.2017 Tuesday “Yoom Atthhulatha”يَوم الثلاثاء 4:33 13:15 17:05 20:09 21:47
26.4.2017 Wednesday “Yoom Alarbia”يَوم الأربعاء 4:31 13:15 17:05 20:10 21:48
27.4.2017 Thursday   “Yoom Ylkhamees” يَوم الخميس 4:29 13:15 17:05 20:11 21:50
28.4.2017    Friday  “Yoom Aljumaa” يَوم الجمعة 4:27 13:15 17:06 20:12 21:51
29.4.2017 Saturday   “Yoom Assabt”يَوم السبت 4:25 13:14 17:06 20:13 21:53
30.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 4:23 13:14 17:06 20:15 21:55
1.5.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”  يَوم الإثنين 4:21 13:14 17:07 20:16 21:56

 

Judgment of Hazrat Ali (RA)

Hazrat Ali (R.A.) was the fourth caliph of Islam. He was endowed with great intellectual and scholastic powers. He was in counsel, eloquent in speech and learned in law of Islam. He possessed many superb qualities of head and heart, which is why his bravery had won him the title of the “Lion of God” and his learning that of the “Gateway of knowledge”. He was not only kind and considerate towards his friends but also magnanimous and forgiving towards his foes.

His counsels were as weighty as his manners were vigorous and his words categorical He had a deep sense of justice and profound concern for the wellbeing of his accountability, self-security, devotion to duty and his feeling for justice. Hazrat Ali’s (R.A.) judgments which have been acclaimed by almost all the scholars of the world still stand unique and indispensable. I cite one of his great judgments.

Once upon a time two travelers travelling on the road sat under the shade of tree for lunch. One of them took out his big five breads and other took out three breads and put them near the five  breads of his companion, making the total of breads eight. They had not yet started eating when a third man happened to cross them. Invited by first two third man also sat with them and shared their lunch. While going away he gave them eight Dirhams against the share of food he had taken with them.

After he had gone, the first two travelers started quarrelling about their portion in eight Dirhams, Finally they decided to approach to Hazrat Ali (R.A.) for decision.  Having heard the case Hazrat Ali (R.A.) first advised them for a compromise and when they did not agree, particularly the one who had three breads, he solved the problem as under

If you divide one bread in three bits and total bits will be twenty four. You said stranger to share your food equally, he should have eaten eight bits i.e only one of your nine bits of breads and seven of them eaten from other’s. That’s why you should have one Dirham for only one bit of his seven bits. Feeling uneasy at the above decision of Hazrat Ali (R.A.) the claimant who had taken case to Hazrat Ali (R.A.) agreed to take three Dirhams offered by his companion.

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