May 12, 2021

 

Osaka-fu, Izumi-shi, Butsunamichō, 449−4

 
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1442 Hijra

Eid al Fitr

Thursdy May 13th

Eid Mubarak!

Taqabbalallahu mina wa minkum!

The Eid salat will begin at 9:00 on Thursday morning.
We are following strict COVID-19 Emergency Rules in Osaka
 
so please obey all the safety precautions below.
 
  1. Do wear a mask and avoid close physial contact with others.
  2. No Parking in the masjid. The parking area is for those who wish to pray outside.
  3. If you come by car, leave your vehicle in the nearby public parking and walk from there.
  4. Keep the masjid windows open. It is also better to pray outside.
  5. Leave gaps in the lines when praying and sit with spaces between you.
  6. To avoid overcrowding, and the risk of infection, the attendees should be limited to regular community members only.
  7. To avoid overcrowding and the risk of infecting them, do not bring your wives and children into the masjid.
  8. Do not park on the sidewalk or in the street or cause any inconvenience to pedestrians or traffic.
  9. Those who are weak or sick do not need to attend. Allah knows what is in our hearts and rewards us for a good intentions.
  10. It is acceptable under the pandemic to pray the Eid Prayer in your home with a small group.

Let us show our neighbors the good manners of the Muslims.

May Allah reward you all for your concern for the health of your brothers and sisters and your neighbors.

Jazzaku Allahu khairan,

Abdanur

 

 

Precautions during the Covid-19 epidemic

We advise you to take the following precautions:

  • If you have a cold ( running nose, fever, etc.) use masks or avoid gathering. 
  • Use disinfectant/ alcoholic spray.
  • Protect your family by NOT taking them to crowded gatherings especially the kids.
  • Keep following the instructions from the Japanese government and local authorities. 
  • Always remember authentic Dhikr and Dua of Prophet Mohamed (saw) in such situations such as the following

    Handling Janazah of the deceased body of COVID-19 victim according to Shariah.

  • Praise be to Allah and peace and blessings be upon His Messengers, our master Muhammed may Allah bless him and his family and companions and those who followed them in truth until the Day of Judgment.

    These are some guide lines of handling Janazah of deceased body of COVID-19, May Allah protect and save us all.

    Some rules of handling Janazah of the deceased body of COVID-19 victim

    Firstly:

    We pray that Allah accepts those Muslims who died of this epidemic COVID-19 as martyrs, Abu Huraira (may Allah be pleased with him)   Narrated: The Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said, "He (a Muslim) who dies of an abdominal disease is a martyr, and he who dies of plague is a martyr." (Sahih al-Bukhari 5733).

    Secondly:

    As we live in Japan, it is necessary of following the rules and instructions issued by the Japanese government regarding handling deceased body of COVID-19, except for cremation of the dead body, because for Muslims, cremation is not only prohibited, it's viewed as a desecration of the deceased.

    Thirdly:

    Regarding to washing a Muslim who has died, the majority of scholars are of the view that washing a Muslim who has died is Fard Kifayah (communal duty), the washing has to be done by Muslims only, and it is not allowed for a non Muslim to do this work. 

    Washing of deceased body of COVID-19:

    Washing the deceased’ body of COVID-19 must be subject to the rules and procedures followed in Japan for such cases, and it is strongly suggested to be done in a special hospital which having all facilities handling such cases, the washing has not to be done in normal washing places in some Masjeds.

    If the authorities in Japan allow some Muslim people to wash the deceased’ body, of course, after taking all necessary precautions to prevent any kind of infection, then the washers can wash the body by just spraying water on the body, even without taking of deceased’s clothes and no need to touch the body as possible, and there is no problem for non-Muslim doctors to attend that washing to guide washers from a medical point of view.

    In case that the authorities prohibit washing   deceased’ body, then Tayyammum can be done instead if possible, and if Tayyammum also is not possible, then Janazah (funeral) prayer can be done without washing and without Tayammum as well.

    kafan  ) Shroud ( :

    If washing or Tayammum can be done, then kafan  ) Shroud (  can be just by covering body with three clothes, in some countries the deceased’ body is putting in a special wrapped bag, and they don’t allow it to be open, in this case kafan  ) Shroud (  will be done by covering the outside of that special wrapped bag with three clothes.

    Janazah (funeral) prayer:

    Janazah (funeral) prayer will be done by a minimum number of people three or even two people, as for others they can do the funeral prayer in absentia, the Shaafa’is and Hanbalis are of the view that it is prescribed to offer the funeral prayer in absentia for everyone who dies away from his home town, even if the funeral prayer is offered for him in the place where he dies.

    Burying the deceased in a coffin :

    There is no dispute among the scholars that it is makrooh to bury the deceased in a coffin if there is no need for that. If there is a need for that, such as the deceased’ body of COVID-19 if the authorities in Japan don’t allow the coffin to be open due to prevent any kind of infections to others, the deceased can be buried in a coffin.

    And Allah knows the best.

    May Allah protect and save all, May Allah bless our Prophet Muhammad and his family and companions.

    Dr. Mohsen Shaker Bayoumy

    Imam of Osaka Ibaraki Mosque

 

 
 
 
Some pictures from Eid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some pictures from last Eid Al-Fitr

Taqabalallah, minna wa minkum!

 

 

 

 

Instructions to visitors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mosque construction progress report:Ōsa

May Allah ta 'ala reward all the brothers and sisters who have helped us to purchase the land and build our mosque.

Please send your donations to:

Bank: Izumino Nogyo Kyodo Kumiai Bank, Account name:

IZUMI MASJID, Branch number: 7092-025, Account Number: 0056098.

Post Office:

Account name: IZUMI MASJID OSAKA, Branch number: 14020, Account Number: 36987111.

Jazakum Allahu khairan

Izumi Mosque Committee Members