4:25AM - 5:51AM


1:06PM - 6:09PM


6:09PM - 8:21PM




9:47PM - 4:25AM
Jumu'ah 1

1:15 PM

Jumu'ah 2 at: 2:30PM
These times are based on San Jose, California.

SBIA Family Night

Friday, October 7, 2011 – 6:00 PM

5:15 Salat al Asr  – 6:00 Dinner – 6:45 Salat al Maghrib
7:00 Presentations 8:30 Salat al Isha 8:45 PM:  Dessert and Tea

TOPIC – 1:  Advantages of Pre-arranging the Final Home
Speaker:  Sergio Loza (Community Counselor for Oak Hill Cemetery)
The funeral arrangement process and grave site selection process will be discussed. The advantages of pre-arrangement of the final home will also be explained.  The Oak Hill cemetery is a big property, but a lot of it have already been used up, and is being newly occupied everyday. Many different religious groups and ethnic groups have selected their specific areas in this cemetery. A cost effective incentive proposal will be presented in this presentation to select a Muslim area in this cemetery.

TOPIC- 2:  Future of India’s Muslims – What can be done?
Speakers: Nahid Aliniazee VP of IMRC & Manzoor Ghori – IMRC Founder & Executive Director
Abstract:  There are 210 Million Muslims in India, in which many face oppressive conditions, communal riots, illiteracy, poverty and lack of education every day. These conditions motivated Manzoor Ghori and his peers to establish IMRC in 1981. In its 30th year, IMRC is dedicated to alleviating poverty in our community of India.

TOPIC – 3:  GiveLight Foundation Local Orphans Project
Speaker:  Chaouki Zahza,   GiveLight Foundation volunteer
Abstract:  GiveLight Foundation has been a world recognized crisis relief organization that seeks to create durable orphanages in response to natural disasters and extreme conditions. It has successfully put in place a scalable and reliable model that helped close to 900 orphans worldwide. GiveLight has also started a “Local Orphans” project which has so far served the needs of 10 local orphans in our own community! The goal is really to raise awareness around this new project that deserves our attention as a community.