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  • Bayaan - 1:35pm

  • Salaat - 2:05pm


  • Bayaan - 2:35pm

  • Salaat - 3:05pm

Starting on February 11th for 6 weeks, we are starting a Youth Seerah and Sports program led by Moulana Hanzlah Atcha (brothers) and Alimah Khadijah Patel (sisters) for ages 14-25. Starting from Salaat al-Isha at 730pm in the mosque, the program will continue until 10:30pm.

Sisters will go first to Paramount Centre to play basketball for an hour, returning to the mosque and conducting the Seerah program in Classroom 1 for an additional hour.

Brothers will go for the Seerah program in Classroom 5 following Isha for an hour, and then will go to Paramount for basketball for an hour.

Participation in the Seerah program is mandatory to attend basketball and Modest attire is required.

The program costs just $60 for the entire 6 week series, to cover the costs, one of the most economical sports programs in the GTA!

Register Online via our Facebook Page.


We were honoured to host employees from Sakeenah at IPC on Sunday February 5th.

The Muslim community unfortunately is not immune to the social problems of domestic abuse and violence against women and children. Sakeenah was established to provide counselling, shelter, and even fostering services to members of the Muslim community, including women, children, and even men who are victims of violence, domestic abuse, homelessness or other social challenges.

IPC serves the greater Mississauga area and we have also faced these challenges in our local community. We partnered with Sakeenah to provide training on resources available to our community to help those in need.

Please see the attached presentation for more information. In sha Allah we plan to schedule a follow-up session with other GTA masjids and community centres.

IPC JMM - Sakeenah Presentation - 2023_02_05
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The Quebec Mosque shooting was a terrorist attack that occurred on January 29, 2017, at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec City in Quebec City, Canada. A lone gunman, Alexandre Bissonnette, entered the mosque during evening prayers and opened fire on the approximately 50 people present, killing six and injuring 19.

The attack was widely condemned by political leaders, religious figures, and citizens across Canada and around the world. It was the deadliest mass shooting in Canada since the 1989 École Polytechnique massacre and the country's first terrorist attack on a mosque.

In the aftermath of the attack, the Green Ribbon campaign was started by a group of Quebec City residents as a way to show solidarity with the Muslim community and to promote peace and tolerance. The campaign encouraged people to wear green ribbons as a symbol of their support for the victims and their families and to promote peace and tolerance.

The campaign quickly gained traction and was embraced by people across Canada and around the world. It was also supported by various organizations, including the government of Quebec, which created a green ribbon lapel pin to be worn by public servants. Overall the Green Ribbon campaign was a way to show support to the victims and their families, and to promote a message of peace and tolerance in the face of such a tragic event.

In partnership with ISNA Canada, NCCM, and the Muslim Council of Peel - IPC Jame Mosque Mississauga will be giving away Green Ribbon squares to wear and show your support in the fight against Islamophobia during both 1st and 2nd Jumuah on Friday January 27th, please give generously, donations received for the ribbons will be used to support the fight against Islamophobia in Peel Region.

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"Surely he only shall tend the mosques of Allah who has believed in Allah and the Last Day, and kept up the prayer, and brought the Zakat, and is apprehensive of none except Allah; so, it may be that those will be among the rightly-guided."                    
                __  Surat At-Tawbah (9:18)