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Welcome to ICTV

The Islamic Center of Temecula Valley

About Us..

Islamic Center of Temecula Valley

The Islamic Center of Temecula Valley is an independent, Non-Profit Organization. Its function is to practice and propagate Islam in the United States of America by providing religious, educational and recreational facilities for the Muslim community and the public at large.

Our Mission Statement

The Islamic Center of Temecula Valley is an independent, Non-Profit Organization. Its function is to practice and propagate Islam in the United States of America by providing religious, educational and recreational facilities for the Muslim community and the public at large. The emergence of an Islamic American Muslim identity is its prime goal.

Board of Directors
  • Br. Mahmoud Zubaidi (Chairman)
  • Br. Tasmin Ahmad (Vice Chairman)
  • Br. Ibrahim Marabeh (Secretary)

and many more..

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Events and Announcements

Know more about our daily events and important announcements.

Announcements

Friday Prayer Closure 03-JUL-2020

Assalamo Alykom,

Based on the current spike in SARS-CoV-2 infections in the area, and the high risk of exposure caused by large gathering, the ICTV Board of Directors have decided to suspend Jumaa prayers for tomorrow July 3rd 2020.

The board of directors have been in a continuous discussion for the past few days internally, and with the Southern California Muslim leadership, and scholars.  We have also been monitoring the local infections rate while they are exponentially climbing. Local hospitals have exceeded their ICU beds capacities and are reaching levels that are hard to control. 

The prevalence of the disease in the Temecula and Murrieta valley area caused by the recent ease of social distancing rules is exposing our community members to disease. 

Please stay home, revert to social distancing behavior, and keep our beloved community in your prayers.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you need help or support.

02 Jul 2020 11:05 PM

Dialogue on Racism at ICTV

Join ICTV tonight, 9-Jun-2020, for a dialogue on Racism!

You can join us virtually via google meet (DM us to get the link) or in-person at ICTV (social distancing and other restrictions apply).

09 Jun 2020 09:21 PM

Opening of ICTV for Jumuah Prayers Starting 6/5/2020

IMPORTANT Details Below Regarding the Scheduled Opening of ICTV for Jumuah Prayers Starting 6/5/2020


Assalamu Alaykum,


We are pleased to announce that the Islamic Center of Temecula Valley will be open for Jumuah Prayers  With SPECIFIC guidelines. We want to thank each and everyone of you for the patience, perseverance and support you have shown during these difficult times.  We really appreictae your continued patience and support to ensure the effectiveness of this process and the conduct of the Jumuah prayers safely.


As such, the Islamic Center of Temecula Valley has developed a protocol for reopening for Friday Prayers to ensure the safety and well-being of our community.  We have been open for Fajr and Isha Prayers for the past week or so and we are ready to open for Jumuah Prayers starting 6/5/2020


We will hold TWO Jumuah Prayers with the first one starting at 1:00pm and the second starting at 1:30pm.


1. A face covering is REQUIRED to enter the Masjid.

2. If you have any symptoms of illness of ANY kind, or have been in contact with any one who may have exhibited symptoms of a cold of any kind, please stay at home. 

3. Stay at home if you have traveled outside the country or have been in contact with someone who has in the last 14 days. 

4. If your 65 or older or you have any underlying health issues, your are strongly encouraged to stay at home

5.  A temperature check will be conducted for each person entering the Masjid and if one shows elevated temperature of 100 degrees or above, they will be asked to return home

6. Children under 14 are asked to stay at home

7. Please do NOT bring your own prayer rug as the Masjid has been sanitized and a plastic covering has been laid down for your safety. In addition, you will be provided with a temporary disposable "prayer rug" if you choose to.

8. Make your Wudu PRIOR to coming to the Masjid as only 2 people will be allowed in the restrooms at the same time.

9. Please keep your bag/purse/backpack in your car and do not bring into the Masjid

10. As always, we recommend following the CDC guidelines regarding personal hygiene and sanitation standards 

11. Entrance for men will be through the men’s side of the Masjid and exit will be from the south side closer to the church

12. Entrance for women will be through the women’s side of the Masjid and exit will be from the north side closer to the parking lot

13. Prayers will be conducted with the 6 feet apart designated distance between worshipers with designated locations to ensure we are staying within a safe distance of each other

14. No gathering will be permitted after the conclusion of said prayers and no food or drink will be served on premises at any time until further notice


We appreciate everyone’s cooperation during these unprecedented times and we ask Allah to lift this disease from earth as it is the responsibility of each of us to protect our families and each other and set an example for others. 


If you have any questions, please reply to this email. Thank you

05 Jun 2020 06:05 AM

Islamic Center of Temecula Valley BLM Statement

...whoever kills a soul unless for a soul or for corruption [done] in the land - it is as if he had slain mankind entirely. And whoever saves one - it is as if he had saved mankind entirely. And our messengers had certainly come to them with clear proofs. Then indeed many of them, [even] after that, throughout the land, were transgressors. [5:32]

"All mankind is from Adam and Eve, an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab, nor a non-Arab has any superiority over an Arab; also a white has no superiority over black, nor a black has any superiority over white except by piety and good action." [The last Sermon of Prophet Muhammad]

“America needs to understand Islam, because this is the one religion that erases from its society the race problem” [Malcolm X]

Assalamu-Alaikum, 

These past weeks, we have seen yet another egregious display of racial injustices carried out against the black community in our country. We have witnessed the murders of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and George Floyd as the latest most public victims of the systematic racism that permeates our society. ICTV stands with our black brothers and sisters, and condemns all forms of systematic oppression. It is important to recognize that the first Muslims in this country were Black Muslims unjustly brought through the slave trade, and their commitment to Islam in the face of unimaginable adversity lead to many of the freedoms we enjoy today. 

In the wake of these tragedies, we want to take a moment to reflect inwards towards the actions of our community, and our practices. As we know, there is no place for Racism in Islam, any Muslim will mention our reverence of  Bilal and Hajar (may Allah be pleased  with them), but we fail to acknowledge how we have created space for racism and anti blackness outside our religion in our cultural communities in the forms of words, ideas, and practices. 

We have all faced our share of adversity, and have joined forces to combat atrocities against Muslims from Palestine to the Rohingya, but now it is time to reflect on the racism within the Muslim community. Acknowledging that Islam grants equality is not enough, we must do our part to follow in the footsteps of the Prophet (PBUH) and actively work to eradicate anti-black sentiment within our communities. 

Protest is a great way to mobilize, but we must supplement it with other forms of change as well. Take this time to check on and listen to your black neighbors and community members, and to donate to organizations that support them. Take this time to reflect on your cultural communities, and the ways in which we need to work towards positive change, whether that be through stopping the use of certain racial terms within our languages, through addressing our colorist beauty standards, or making more spaces to engage in these discussions on race with our Black brothers and sisters in our community. 

“True Islam taught me that it takes all of the religious, political, economic, psychological, and racial ingredients, or characteristics, to make the Human Family and the Human Society complete.” [Malcolm X]

Learn more at: http://www.muslimarc.org/

02 Jun 2020 06:47 PM

Masjid closed due to curfew

Assalamu Alaykum, due to the curfew imposed by Riverside country from 6 pm to 6am, Fajr and Isha Prayers at the masjid will be suspended until the curfew is lifted.

02 Jun 2020 01:35 AM

No Friday Prayers Yet

Assalamo Alykom, Jumaa Mubaraka. 

We want to update you in regards to opening the masjid timelines and progress.  The masjid is not open today.

We are still working with the riverside county to get the green light. At the same time we are retrofitting the masjid space to accommodate traffic, and prayers with minimum chances of cross contamination or transmission. 

We will announce the opening day once the precautionary measures are completed and received the green light inshAllah. Please stay patient and stay tuned. 

29 May 2020 07:28 PM

Masjid Opening

Assalamu Alaykum,

As you may have heard, Masajid, Churches and all houses of worship have been allowed to open with strict guidelines.

The Islamic Center of Temecula Valley is currently developing a protocol for reopening including for Friday Prayers to ensure the safety and well-being of our community.  We will Reopen for daily Fajr and Isha Prayers ONLY starting on Thursday 5/28/2020 BUT we DO NOT expect to have these guidelines for Friday Prayers completed in time for this Friday.  

The following are guidelines for the Daily Fajr and Isha Prayers:

1. A face covering is REQUIRED to enter the Masjid.

2. If you have any symptoms of illness of ANY kind, or have been in contact with any one who may have exhibited symptoms of a cold of any kind, please stay at home. 

3. Stay at home if you have traveled outside the country in the last 14 days

4.  A temperature check will be conducted for each person entering the Masjid and if one shows elevated temperature of 100 degrees or above, they will be asked to return home

5. As always, we recommend following the CDC guidelines regarding personal hygiene and sanitation standards 

6. Entrance for ALL persons will be through the men’s side of the Masjid and exit will be from the ladies’ side

7. Prayers will be conducted with the 6 feet apart designated distance between worshipers with designated locations to ensure we are staying within a safe distance of each other

8. No gathering will be permitted after the conclusion of said prayers and no food or drink will be served on premises at any time until further notice

We appreciate everyone’s cooperation during these unprecedented times and we ask Allah to lift this disease from earth as it is the responsibility of each of us to protect our families and each other and set an example of each other. 

28 May 2020 02:35 AM

Ramadan Mubarak!

Ramadan Mubarak!

May Allah shower your home with more blessings.

  • 1st night of Ramadan is Thursday April 23, 2020. We will not be holding Taraweeh at the Masjid until further notice. Pray Taraweeh at home with your family.
  • First Day of Ramadan is Friday April 24, 2020
  • First day of Shawwal (Eid uf Fitr) is Sunday, May 24, 2020
  • Nightly recitation starting Thursday night @ 8:15 beginning with Juzz 1
  • Reflections on recited Ayat  
  • Q&A Session via Zoom. Look for a link on WhatsApp chat groups

For announcemens and videos including our LIVE video broadcasts, visit and like our facebook page: facebook.com/ICOTV

You can also subscribe to our youtube channel: ICTV Youtube Channel

24 Apr 2020 07:04 AM

Virtues of Ramadan

Imam Nasr discusses the virtues of Ramadan

Click to watch video now

22 Apr 2020 08:07 PM

Services

To further the goals set forth on our mission, the Islamic Center of Temecula Valley offers the following services to the community:

Community Center Reservation

The Islamic Center of Temecula community center is available for your next event. 

Financial Assistance Request

If you are in need of financial assistance, please click the below button to know more.

Funeral Arrangements

The Islamic Center of Temecula will assist your family in making funeral arrangements.

Duaa Requests

Please try to make all Duaa Requests at least 24 hours prior to Friday’s prayer.

Family Counseling

ICTV offers various counseling options, to know more click below.

Marriage Services

The Islamic Center of Temecula Valley provides marriage services.

Zakat Assistance

Please come by our offices to fill out a request form or contact the Social Services Committee

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If a Muslim spends his wealth with a sincere intention of helping his brother then surely Allah (SWT) will reward him in abundance.

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Our Mission

We are an organization dedicated to providing Islamic knowledge and instilling Islamic character in our students. As a team of teachers, students, and parents we intend on working together to develop a positive American Muslim identity for the future generations of our community in a safe and friendly Islamic environment.

Our Vision

Our vision is to develop and inspire young Muslims with active and creative minds, a sense of understanding and compassion for others, and the courage to act on their human and Islamic beliefs. We stress surrender to our Creator and empower the young Muslims to realize a sense of responsibility to optimize their full human potential as effective citizens.