23 Jun 2018 | Next Salah Time: Maghrib at 21:48

"If you differ in anything among yourselves refer it to Allah and His Messenger if you do believe in Allah and the Last Day, that is more better and more suitable for final determination."

Surah al-Nisaa 4:59

Today's Prayer Timetable

Prayer Start Jama'at
Fajr 01:11 02:10
Dhuhr 13:11 13:45
Asr 18:57 20:00
Maghrib 21:48 21:48
Isha 22:51 23:00

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