The special month of Ramadan is approaching, and Muslims all over the world are preparing – physically, mentally, and spiritually. In Atlanta, as young Muslims are preparing for a month of worship, they are asking one another, “Where are you going for Taraweeh prayers?”
So we ask you, Atlanta Muslims, where do you pray Taraweeh? Do you stick to your local masjid? Do you drive a long distance for that special reciter’s voice? Or do you go masjid hopping between your favorite Atlanta communities?
In the comments below, let us know in which masjid you prefer to pray Taraweeh and share your thoughts with the community.
It was narrated by Al-Sadooq that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said in regards to the month of Ramadan, “Your breathing in it is regarded as praising Almighty Allah and your sleep as adoration, and your voluntary acts of worship are accepted, and your pleas are answered… Repent your sins to Almighty Allah and raise your hands to Him in supplication during the times of your prayers, for they are the best times during which Almighty Allah looks with mercy to His servants and answers their pleas when they plead Him.”
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