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Islamic Society of Greater Dayton

Our mission is to serve the Greater Dayton area Muslims and non-Muslims by promoting goodwill, understanding, fellowship and tolerance; strengthening the fraternal bonds; promoting friendly relations; providing Muslims with religious guidance based on the teachings of Islam; serving as a cultural institution for dissemination of information on Islam, its teachings, history, and culture; organizing courses of study in Quran, Sunnah and the Islamic history, designed to meet the needs of Muslims and non-Muslims, both adults and children; and establishing and maintaining an Islamic center to serve as a place for Islamic prayers and cultural and religious activities.


Posted on: October 13, 2013, 6:38 pm

ISGD Family Lecture - Friday, Nov 15, 2013 at DIS/MCC

Ramadan Mubarak
As of Friday, 6/27/2014, there was NO confirmation of any moon sighting. Therefore, Saturday, June 28 is the 30th day of Shaban.
1st Day of Ramadan is 
Sunday, June 29, 2014
The Islamic Society of Greater Dayton (ISGD) would like to congratulate every Muslim in the Dayton community for the great holy month of Ramadan 1435/2014 which will start on Sunday, June 29, 2014. 

May the holy month of revelation of Quran usher upon you peace, happiness and prosperity. ISGD wishes you a great month full of mercy and we ask Almighty Allah "Subhanahu Wa Ta'lla" to bless you and your family and everyone in this community and to make this month to be the best month of eman for all of us. Ramadan Kareem. 

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  Adhan Salat
Friday, June 27, 2014


(As for) those who disbelieve and turn away from Allah's way, He shall render their works ineffective.
[47.001] The Holy Quran


Narrated Ziyad bin'Ilaqa:
I heard Jarir bin 'Abdullah (Praising Allah). On the day when Al-Mughira bin Shu'ba died, he (Jarir) got up (on the pulpit) and thanked and praised Allah and said, "Be afraid of Allah alone Who has none along with Him to be worshipped.(You should) be calm and quiet till the (new) chief comes to you and he will come to you soon. Ask Allah's forgiveness for your (late) chief because he himself loved to forgive others." Jarir added, "Amma badu (now then), I went to the Prophet and said, 'I give my pledge of allegiance to you for Islam." The Prophet conditioned (my pledge) for me to be sincere and true to every Muslim so I gave my pledge to him for this. By the Lord of this mosque! I am sincere and true to you (Muslims). Then Jarir asked for Allah's forgiveness and came down (from the pulpit).
Sahih Bukhari Vol 1, Book 2, No 55