Imams across the world are reacting to the global pandemic of the Coronavirus, providing up to date information, guidance and religious teachings on how as a community we can deal with this together. This page will be updated regularly with tweets and posts from Muslim leaders
Updated Last: 23/03/2020
I will not stop repeating this: STAY AT HOME AS MUCH AS YOU CAN!
Going to the masjid for communal prayers goes against the goals of the Shariah at this time.
Note: Even the janazahs themselves can't be attended communally ?!
I ask Allah to forgive him, and all of us. https://t.co/ESbQ0ObyJN
— Dr. Yasir Qadhi (@YasirQadhi) March 21, 2020
— Qari Asim MBE (@QariAsim) March 22, 2020
Time for mosques to get creative & maybe reach even more people than usual: use FB live to give morning pep talks & nightly duas to close the day, zoom for hifz programs, open volunteer lines for tutoring, to take & make calls to those lonely & isolated – create community!
— Dr. Ingrid Mattson (@IngridMattson) March 17, 2020
#SocialDistancingNow is important to stop the spreading of Covid-19.
Don’t under estimate the importance of #SocialDistancing !
— Shaykh Dr Umar Al-Qadri (@DrUmarAlQadri) March 15, 2020
Don’t take the #coronavirus outbreak lightly. Preventing its spread is an obligation. Take all necessary steps & precaution towards this end. Remember, it’s now a #pandemic, global crisis. So we all have to play our part. Don’t harm others & don’t be a source of harm! Stay safe
— ????? ???? (@muftimenk) March 16, 2020
"Occupy your thoughts and your time with that which is pleased to Allah, and long for the month we wait for all year"
— Imams Online (@ImamsOnline) March 16, 2020
#Coronavirus Webinar | Join me and the authors of the Trauma series Sarah Sultan LPC, LMHC & Najwa Awad, LCSWC as we provide practical tips on how to nurture our faith and mental health during a time of fear and uncertainty.
— Omar Suleiman (@omarsuleiman504) March 14, 2020
.@QariAsim has called on mosques to invest in technology so worshippers could watch from home if necessary.
— Imams Online (@ImamsOnline) March 14, 2020
The Prophet (PBUH) said people should not travel to places known to be afflicted with illness and advised those in contaminated areas not to leave & spread the disease further afield.
— Imams Online (@ImamsOnline) March 13, 2020
It is highly likely if things persist that we might not have tarawīh prayers this Ramadan (not to mention iftars). I cannot even imagine Ramadan w/o tarawih?
We will be tested in ways we didn’t even imagine. And Allah will help us overcome & pass each test, to come out stronger.
— Dr. Yasir Qadhi (@YasirQadhi) March 14, 2020
Imams Online senior editor, Imam @QariAsim providing detailed guidance and information in Urdu to the community on the growing spread of the Coronavirus. #CoronavirusPandemic #Covid_19 pic.twitter.com/WwvGmhkWPi
— Imams Online (@ImamsOnline) March 12, 2020
Third day, 3rd city, with a different age group talking about #caronavirus #CoronaOutbreak #extremism divisions in society, violence against #Muslims in #India, #IdlibUnderFire #Greece & #Refugees #USTalibanPeaceDeal #HumanRights
and much more.
Praying for peaceful coexistence
— Qari Asim MBE (@QariAsim) March 2, 2020
The Plague that Killed Sahaba and the CoronavirusNOTE: There was an audio delay in the stream but you can watch the full high quality version here: https://yaqeeninstitute.org/omar-suleiman/the-plague-that-killed-sahaba-and-the-coronavirus/
Posted by Omar Suleiman on Tuesday, 3 March 2020
With the coronavirus outbreak deepening across the globe, Sh. Omar Suleiman reflects on lessons we can learn from the Amwas plague that took the lives of many Sahaba in the 7th century.https://t.co/GBkf8x4hsL
— Yaqeen Institute (@yaqeeninstitute) March 4, 2020
During these stressful times, all believers should memorize and find comfort in this verse:
قل لن يصيبنا إلا ما كتب الله لنا هو مولانا
“Say: Nothing will happen to us except what Allah has decreed for us! And He is our protector; let the believers put their trust in Him!”
— Dr. Yasir Qadhi (@YasirQadhi) March 12, 2020
Coronavirus Updates and Measures at the IC – https://mailchi.mp/icnyu/coronavirus-updates-and-measures-at-the-ic
Receiving lots of questions about Coronavirus and whether prayers should continue or not in congregation. For now, we are following government guidance. Other orgs like @MuslimCouncil @BBSIOnline @ImamsOnline have been actively provided guidance.
— DrHaroonIbnEbrahim (@HaroonSidat) March 12, 2020