Yusuf Mosque is a place of worship, socializing and education serving the needs of the Muslim community in Allston, Brighton, Brookline & Boston.
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Annual Ramadan Fundraiser 2017

6/17/2017 10:15:00 PM -04:00

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Yusuf Mosque - Annual Ramadan Fundraiser

6/17/2017 10:00:00 PM -04:00

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Educational Fun and Game Night

3/18/2017 6:00:00 PM -04:00

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Islam 101

3/11/2017 12:00:00 AM -05:00

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Breaking the Ice: Building Relationships

Although we are all blessed to practice one faith, there can be huge cultural and experience gaps between new Muslims and those who were born into families practicing Islam. Differences in language, learned behaviors, and familiarity with practices can all create barriers to building meaningful relationships, and can impede the creation of stronger bonds within the community. This talk will address some of these issues, as well as offer ideas for how we can better integrate new Muslims within pre-existing communities. A moderated Q&A will follow

2/25/2017 7:29:00 AM -05:00

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Educational Fun and Game Night

Join Us for a Community Evening of Fun and Strengthening of Islamic Knowledge. Islamic Trivia, Scrabble, Chess and More...

1/21/2017 6:00:00 PM -05:00

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Building Relationships Between New Muslims and Born Muslims

Although we are all blessed to practice one faith, there can be huge cultural and experience gaps between new Muslims and those who were born into families practicing Islam. Differences in language, learned behaviors, and familiarity with practices can all create barriers to building meaningful relationships and can impede the creation of stronger bonds within the community. This talk will address some of these issues, as well as offer ideas for how we can better integrate new Muslims within pre-existing communities. A moderated Q&A will follow."

12/17/2016 7:30:00 PM -05:00

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Meeting of the Prophets

Dec 10 topic - Adam and Hawwa Dec 24 topic - Ibrahim Dec 31 topic - Musa

12/17/2016 12:00:00 AM -05:00

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Building Muslim Political Leadership and Legal Defense

Come learn more about how the Muslim community can build a stronger legal and political advocacy presence in New England, and use the current political moment as an opportunity to secure a more stable future. Speakers: Cambridge City Councilor Nadeem Mazen, Founder of JETPAC INC, and Dr. John Robbins, Executive Director of CAIR Massachusetts

12/11/2016 11:30:00 AM -05:00

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Community Thanksgiving Dinner

Join us for an afternoon of friendship and beautiful conversations over a delicious meal in the company of friends and loved ones. THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO ALL but will need to RSVP by accepting the Facebook invitation/emailing masjidyusuf@gmail.com.

11/24/2016 2:00:00 PM -05:00

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Building relationships between new and born Muslims

Although we are all blessed to practice one faith, there can be huge cultural and experience gaps between new Muslims and those who were born into families practicing Islam. Differences in language, learned behaviors and familiarity with practices can all create barriers to building meaningful relationships and can impede the creation of stronger bonds within the community. This talk will address some of these issues, as well as offer ideas for how we can better integrate new Muslims within pre-existing communities. A moderated Q&A will follow.

10/15/2016 7:30:00 PM -04:00

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Game Night!! We get the games, you get your friends

Yusuf Mosque Presents "Educational Fun and Game Night" Join Us for a Community Evening of Fun and Strengthening of Islamic Knowledge Islamic Trivia, Scrabble, Chess and More... Saturday Sept 24th 2016 6pm - 8pm (Maghrib Prayer Break @ 7pm)

9/24/2016 6:00:00 PM -04:00

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Staying in the Path: Maintaining Our Islam

In the Modern society it presents us with countless distractions, temptations, and impediments to our faith each day. Sometimes, just living as a Muslim in America can be a struggle. This panel will offer observations on maintaining our Islam in the face of external pressure, and provide advice and guidance to members of the community. this month panel we tackle this subject with the help of: Robby Owens / Nicole Mossalam/ Dr. Nahed El-Kholy & Imam Ismail Fenni. Nahed El Kholy: Retired Board Certified Psychiatrist Had her Medical Degree from Cairo University- Egypt Did her Residency Training in the field of Psychiatry at University of Maryland in Baltimore, MD and at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Washington DC.32 years experience in the field of Psychiatry.Worked in different Hospitals over the years in both Inpatient and outpatient settings.Always had a private office to see Muslims in the community on Saturdays.Carry medical licenses in NJ, MD, Washington DC and MA.Lecturer and Educator in different communities upon request.Has worked with both adults and children from different cultures.Last Psychiatric Practice she had was at Charlestown, MA, closed when retired June 2013 Dr.Nahed has taught Medical students at George Washington University at Washington DC and residents in training at the University of Maryland Department of Psychiatry. Author of The book 'Raising Muslim Children in the West' Published by Rashed Lights Press Nicole Mosslam: Sheikh Smail Fenni: Sheikh Smail Fenni is the Acting Imam at Yusuf Mosque and Islamic Society of Boston. He is a long standing community leader involved in many past and future community initiatives. Sheikh Smail has gained a wealth of spiritual knowledge and continues to be a source of guidance and inspiration to the Muslim community. Robby Owens: Volunteers as an organizer of programs and activities designed for converts to Islam at Yusuf Mosque & Malden Mosque. He pioneered the "Convertsations", a monthly new Muslim education series at ISBCC and is the founder of monthly panel talks at Yusuf Mosque. He is of Irish decent and grew up in Western Massachusetts. Robby converted to Islam over three years ago. Robby currently lives in Natick, works at Home Depot and Stop and Shop.

8/20/2016 6:00:00 PM -04:00

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CAIR-MA Community Media Training

The way Islam and Muslims are portrayed in news and entertainment media affects how we and our family members are treated every day. Never before in our nation's history have anti-Muslim hate crimes been as high in number or in seriousness as in 2015. Dozens of mosques were burned, numerous Americans who were Muslim or "looked Muslim" were shot or beaten severely. During most of these attacks, attackers uttered or expressed the same anti-Muslim slurs repeated daily in media headlines and by commentators and politicians. We want our children to become not only full participants in society but to follow their hopes and dreams and become leaders. It is up to us to create that society. We know we have to tell our stories far beyond the enlightened few, to millions and millions of radio, TV, and newspaper readers. Our message, through trained Muslim speakers, needs to reach every elected official, school, and workplace and the general public! Let's take charge of the public narrative being given about us and train to use strategic words and phrases that change public opinion. * Community members of all ages encouraged to attend. The training will be led by Raiyan Syed, a strategic communications professional with over a decade of experience directing multi-million-dollar electoral campaigns, founding and directing nonprofts, and coordinating media coverage of crisis events in the Boston area.

5/21/2016 1:00:00 PM -04:00

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Positive Parenting Workshop

Tickets (Free "No Obligation" Nov 10th Session) 1. Online Purchase - See "Tickets Available" above. 2. At event Workshop Outline ➢ Introducing Parenting Together page ➢ Why Parenting? ➢Turning Challenges into Life Skills & Goals ➢ Glimpse into Child Psychology ➢ Understanding Belief behind Behavior ➢ Emotions & Anger Management ➢ Positive Discipline principles ➢ Positive Discipline Toolbox ➢ Effective Communication with the child ➢ Focusing on Solutions & Family Meetings ➢ How to encourage your child? ➢ Parenting Styles Trainer Biography Asmaa Mohammed Shehada Certified as a Positive Dsicipline Parenting Educator (CPDPE) from Positive Discipline Association, Texas, USA since June 2012 Experience: Parent Educator since September 2012 Facilitating parenting workshops to teachers and parents using the Positive Discipline concepts and parenting tools to help them in their parenting process and help them enjoy their family life. Facilitating sessions of children's character building program to their Parents at BuKhatir Training & Development Center. Sessions about applying and maintaining life skills & values as (Responsibility, Empathy, Honesty..etc) with children at home.

11/10/2015 10:00:00 AM -05:00

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