As-Salaamu Alaikum - Peace be upon you!
USCMO Condemns Recent Terror Attacks in Belgium, Turkey, and Mali
(Washington, D.C., 3/22/2016) - The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), a coalition of leading national and
local Muslim organizations, strongly condemns the heinous terror attacks that took place early this morning in
Brussels, Belgium and left at least 30 innocent people dead and many more injured. Similar terror attacks took
place most recently in Turkey and Mali and claimed the lives of tens of innocent people.
USCMO is utterly saddened by these repugnant attacks and stands consistent in its condemnation of any and
all attacks on the sanctity of human life taking place anywhere in the world, regardless of the perpetrators,
targets, or reasons.
The US Council of Muslim Organizations stands in solidarity with the people of Belgium, Turkey, and Mali and sends
its sincere prayers and condolences to the victims' families and loved ones. We urge the world to come together in
peace and solidarity during this difficult time and rise above the hate and violence the perpetrators wish to spread.
Read their Statement here.
Muslim Scholars Release Open Letter To Islamic State Meticulously Blasting Its Ideology
More than 120 Muslim scholars from around the world joined an open letter to the “fighters and followers” of the Islamic State,
denouncing them as un-Islamic by using the most Islamic of terms.
Read the full Article
Read the Letter here.
Each month the Islamic Society of Tulsa’s Food Pantry provides food assistance to community
members and Tulsa County residents. How you can donate and our Most Needed Items are
highlighted on this flyer.
Tulsa Chamber of Commerce
Thanks to the Diversity Crew at the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce for bringing 70 of their members and friends to
the mosque for dinner, a tour and lively conversation. Joining them were folks who saw it on Facebook and
members of a Bartlesville church. Everyone is welcome back for our Discover Islam/Islam 101 classes any
Wednesday 7:00-8:30pm for more of the same.
You can view a video clip of the event below.
Muslim Outreach - OETA
Many Muslims in Oklahoma say they feel just like they did after 9-11.marked with suspicion because of their religion,
their wardrobes. Language and accents. The terrorist attack in San Bernardino followed by remarks from a presidential
candidate and other people in the spotlight have created a renewed fear and a heightened sense of alert among Muslims.
Religious leaders say they believe their fears are justified because some people believe the Muslim religion is
synonymous with terror.This story aired on the ONR on OETA-The Oklahoma Network.
You can watch the story by clicking on the link here.
The Tulsa Community show their support for their Muslim Neighbors
On December the 11th 2015, a number of our American neigbors and friends showed their support for the Tulsa
Muslim commnunity and stood against the message of hatred and Islamophobia.
A short clip of the event can be viewed by clicking the link here.
NOTE: The clip is in ".mov" format. You may need a QuickTime video player or a plug-in to view the video.
OCCJ Youth Tour
The Islamic Society of Tulsa’s members were delighted and honored to host this year’s OCCJ Youth Tour
seen here as well as the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professionals Group “TYPros” in another tour the same day.
Oklahoma Muslims Honor All of America’s Veterans
CAIR-OK Deserves Our Thanks
The Islamic Council of Oklahoma, Oklahoma’s statewide council of mosques, Islamic schools and Muslim organizations,
says on behalf of its member organizations that it is time to recognize our veterans with due respect.
Sheryl Siddiqui, ICO Chairperson, says about the Council on American Islamic Relations Oklahoma Chapter,
“CAIR-OK deserves our thanks for their courage in this charged political climate for doing the right thing with
their float for veterans in Wednesday’s Tulsa Veterans Day parade- for giving Oklahomans the chance to honor
the veterans of all backgrounds who trained together, served together and had each other’s backs as they defended
our Constitution, our freedoms and American interests.”
Read the Official ICO Statement.
Oklahoma's First Statewide OPEN MOSQUE DAY
Sunday November 1, 2015
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Open to public - Adults & Children
Tours - Snacks - Q&A Sessions
More info at: www.ico-ok.org
IST's Recurring Donation Program (RDP)
IST is making a concerted effort to encourage members of our community to particpate in our "Recurring Donation Program".
Please note that this program is secure, confidential and in your complete control when you enroll.
Please click on the link below for more information, and to know the different options available to you:
Recurring Donation Program Details
Friday Khutbah Archive - You Tube
For anyone who cannot come to attend the Juma Khutbah at the Masjid, the recordings are posted on YouTube every week.
Please click below to access the YouTube channel for all the videos and benefit from them.
Islamic Society of Tulsa YouTube Channel
TWO JUMA PRAYERS ANNOUNCEMENT
Following consultation with community, the Majlis-e-Shura of IST is pleased to announce that:
Starting April 10th 2015 there will be two Juma services.
First prayer sermon starting at 12:30pm
Second prayer sermon starting at 2:00pm
Please be mindful of second prayer attendees and leave on time to avoid traffic and parking congestion if you are attending the first prayer.
Oklahoma Muslims Join National #FEED THEIR LEGACY Campaign
Mosques and Schools Feed Hungry in Memory of Slain Youth. Click here to read the complete press release.
MUSLIMS ALSO SHOCKED BY KILLING AT VAUGHAN PLANT TODAY
Muslims send sympathies to victims, families & co-workers
(Tulsa 9/26/14) The Islamic Council of Oklahoma reports that Oklahoma Muslims are shocked, horrified and saddened about the loss
of innocent life and the injuries at Moore’s Vaughan facility today. Sympathies go to the victims as well as the families and co-workers
of the women who were attacked. Oklahoma Muslims, like all other Oklahomans, work and attend school with the belief that those
are safe places to go.
Workplace and school killings are tragic but are unfortunately becoming more common in America. Every loss is felt by family,
friends and strangers. Scholars and everyday Muslims maintain that no religious or political goal is ever achieved by these acts.
The Alabama UPS workplace murders last week are just as upsetting.
Mr. Nolen, the alleged assailant, has been reported by media outlets as having been just fired from his job and that he is a recent
convert to Islam. According to Sheryl Siddiqui, Spokesperson for the Islamic Council of Oklahoma, “He was not known to any of the
leadership in Oklahoma mosques. We do not have any confirmation of his conversion either in prison or out in the community.”
Muslims are supporting law enforcement efforts to perform their due diligence and seek justice in this case.
About the Islamic Council of Oklahoma:
The Islamic Council of Oklahoma (ICO) is a council of Oklahoma mosques and Islamic schools, serving more than 35,000 Muslims
in Oklahoma. The council works to promote improved communication, cooperation and best practices among Islamic organizations
to improve the everyday lives of Muslims and all Oklahomans.
INTRODUCTION TO ISLAM CLASSES FOR NON MUSLIMS
The Introduction to Islam class is moving to Wednesdays starting in August 2014. The class will be held from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. A light supper will be served. Dress is casual. For more information, call Sheryl Siddiqui at 918-706-3595.
Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)
On May 2, 2014, the first confirmed case was reported in a traveler to the United States.
Since members of our community are more likely to to travel to Saudi Arabia and
other countries in which MERS has been reported its important that we all know about
this illness. Please visit CDC web site www.cdc.gov to get more information.
If you have travelled to any of the listed countries in which cases have been reported in the recent past and come up with respiratory symptoms contact your physician and take measures to avoid exposures to others by taking precautions similar to those which we use for prevention of spread of other respiratory illnesses such as flu, including avoiding coming to mosque for congregational prayers and praying at home.
Further information regarding this infection is available at CDC s website mentioned above.
Majlis E Shura
Date Posted: 5th. May, 2014
Prayers and donations for Moore OK
Islamic Society of Tulsa joins Islamic Council of OK (ICO) and Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City (ISGOC) in prayer for the victims of
the tornado that ripped through Moore OK and caused severe devastation. We pray for the people of Moore and are working with the ICO and ISGOC
to alleviate the suffering of the victims of this natural disaster. We will be collecting supplies at the Mosque today May 21st 2013 between 5pm and 10pm
and a group of volunteers will take the supplies etc, to the disaster affected areas with the help of ICO and ISGOC and distribute the needed stuff. If you
want to donate money, supplies etc, please contact the Masjid at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 918-638-2670. If you want to volunteer with your efforts
and your time, please come visit us at the Masjid at 5pm today.
Masjid Al Salam, Islamic Center, 4630 S. Irvington Avenue, Tulsa 71435
Questions? Ameer @ 918-638-2670
Prayers for Boston at Islamic Society of Tulsa Wed 4/17/2013 6:30pm
Salaams, Shalom, Peace!
The Islamic Society of Tulsa invites Tulsans of all faiths to join us for prayers for the people of Boston, especially the victims of the bombing, their families, the spectators, race organizers, first responders, the medical professionals, onsite and in the responding hospitals, law enforcement, the general population and runners everywhere.
For Oklahomans, this is an especially poignant time of year. The OKC Memorial Marathon is this weekend. We hope that you can join us for a few moments to savor our sense of community.
Wednesday, April 17th, 2013
Masjid Al Salam, Islamic Center, 4630 S. Irvington Avenue, Tulsa 71435
Questions? Sheryl 918-706-3595
Okla. Interfaith Groups Call for Prayers for Boston Marathon Victims
(OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, 4/16/13)—The Council on American-Islamic Relations Oklahoma Chapter (CAIR-OK), the Interfaith Alliance of Oklahoma, and the Oklahoma Conference of Churches leaders are asking for prayers for those whose lives have been impacted by the bombings in Boston, Massachusetts on Monday, April 15th. The groups send their condolences to those who were injured or killed and their families in the wake of this tragedy. Full press release...
New class for new Muslims
Outreach committee under the leadership of Dr.Lamiaa Ali is starting a new class every wednesday for new Muslims.
The schedule for the year 2013 along with the instructor is posted here
For more questions, contact sister Mona El-Zahed at 918-688-5551 or email email@example.com.
4630 S Irvington Ave, Tulsa OK 74135
Phone # (918) 638-2670
Message from Tulsa Say No To Hate Coalition
The Tulsa Say No to Hate Coalition is deeply concerned about the suspicious fire that destroyed a mosque in Joplin, Missouri in the early morning hours of August 6 during the holy month of Ramadan. The Islamic Society of Joplin mosque was previously a target of arson, and the most recent attack ...
WE ARE ALL SIKHS: A STATEMENT ON OAK CREEK TRAGEDY AND ITS IMPACT
Friday, August 10th, a memorial service was held for the six individuals who lost their lives in the tragic shooting at the Gurdwara in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. The 186 undersigned community of civic, faith-based, immigrant rights, and civil rights organizations expresses our deepest condolences to the victims and their families affected by the mass shooting which left six individuals dead, at least three others critically injured, and many others wounded. Islamic Society of Tulsa has expressed our condolences ...
The Shura at the Islamic Society of Tulsa has appointed a new Operating Council headed by the Ameer. The number to reach
the council will be (918) 638-2670. You can call this number for Needy support, Masjid maintenance, Announcements and
any other important matter related to the functioning of the Masjid.
IST Welcome Message
Newsletter and Monthly Prayer Schedule
IST Prayer schedule is a PDF that is generated monthly. The congregational Prayer
times (provided at the bottom of the page) remain the same for one full
week except for Maghrib prayer (which is performed at sunset) and change every Sunday.
IST Constitution has been updated...
The Majlis Shura (Elected representatives) have updated the Constitution of IST and is
available for your review. Please click here to view the
most recent Constitution and be informed.