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Have You Registered For Texas Dawah YET?? EidFest on Friday!

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Tomorrow is the last day you can register for Texas Dawah online to receive a 15% discount. Onsite registration will be available of course but at the regular rate.

  • This year’s event promises to be revolutionary in every way, with the focus on learning, not just on hype and inspiration.
  • The kids’ programs are incredible, so this is truly a family event. It’s not just a matter of throwing your kids in baby-sitting to watch movies and eat pizza. Rather, the program guide speaks for itself.
  • You have heard enough about Texas Dawah. You know the great speakers who are coming. You know about the amazing program that has been put together. Don’t you owe it to YOURSELF and to the Texas Dawah organizers who have put so much effort into this, to treat yourself to a great family outing (learning combined with entertainment)??
  • What if you JUST cannot go? Then you can STILL be part of this event by registering (even if you don’t go) as a form of sadaqa, and earn the ajar for all the Islamic knowledge that is imparted at the event. Remember we are in the first 10 days of dhul-hijjah, a time of great blessing and mercy from Allah. Make you donation go even further!

Also, don’t forget to take your family and have a great EidFest, the first of its kind in Houston. Join thousands and thousands of Muslims to make this Eid a memorable one indeed.

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11 Comments

11 Comments

  1. Amad

    December 18, 2007 at 11:20 AM

    Because of school and a trip to “motherland”, sadly I cannot go… the first time in TDC’s 6 year history. :(

    My kids were of course thoroughly disappointed. So, they were going through the schedule and imagining which activity they would go to and what would be most exciting…

    Whoever CAN go, and does not go, is missing a truly special family event.

  2. SaqibSaab

    December 18, 2007 at 12:37 PM

    I also, most unfortunately, cannot go. Was set to go but things got in the way; definitely very saddened. :(

    Anyone who can go, don’t miss out. TDC is the best conference out there and looks amazing this year.

  3. ibnabeeomar

    December 18, 2007 at 2:07 PM

    so who is going? :)

  4. AnonyMouse

    December 18, 2007 at 2:14 PM

    Who wants to send me a plane ticket? :D

  5. ...

    December 18, 2007 at 3:43 PM

    I want to go but i need a Mehram to go with..since Texas is kinda far from NY =(

    (InshaAllah after i get married =) hehe

  6. Umm Reem

    December 18, 2007 at 7:05 PM

    I am also one of those who wont be going, my first TDC to miss :(

    BUT…
    Yesterday I was talking to Umm Sarah, our master mind behind TDC’s, Alhamdullilah, unbeatable and incomparable babysitting, and I would love to tell all the parents that our TDC crew is working twice as hard to keep the children happy and parents content!!

    As Umm Sarah said that now children’s “expectations” have gone so up high that she had to think really hard to come up with new activities so they won’t say, ‘OH…BUT we did this last year too…”

    So be ready to explore yet another exciting and creative ‘Children’s Fun Zone’ (we don’t like to call it babysitting…negative connotations :) )

    Remember, if the children are happy then we, mothers, are appeased and if we are appeased then husbands are in peace!! :)

    Enjoy TDC and make lots of du’a for the organizers.

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  8. Amad

    December 20, 2007 at 5:31 PM

    EXCELLENT story in Chronicle:


    A joyous weekend for Muslims
    Islam’s holiest day leads into the annual Texas Dawah Convention

    Great positive reporting. Good quotes:

    “It is one of the best conferences of an academic nature for Muslims in North America,” said Yasir Qadhi, an imam and a doctoral student in Islamic theology at Yale University. “It teaches them spirituality, the legal code, practically speaking how to live their lives as Muslims.”

    “We want to be certain we instill values in our children, and I am looking forward to getting a lot of advice on how to raise the children,” said Jalali who is attending her first conference. “And I want to know how to improve myself.”

    Muslim-Americans struggle with some of the same problems confronting U.S. families of other faiths, said [Waleed] Basyouni, imam of the Clear Lake Islamic Center. “Healthy families are the core of a healthy society,” he added

  9. Ahmad AlFarsi

    December 20, 2007 at 5:53 PM

    WOAH… that is AWESOME that this is in the Chronicle!!!!

    ALHAMDULILLAAH!

  10. Ruth Nasrullah

    December 20, 2007 at 6:26 PM

    And please keep your eye on http://www.houstonbelief.com – it’s what the Chronicle’s religion section has evolved into and has the potential to be a good vehicle for accurate information about Islam, especially if there is plenty of Muslim input.

  11. Umm Reem

    December 21, 2007 at 11:09 AM

    MashaAllah…this reminded me how TDC was ‘under attack’ all over the media in 2003 just a week before the conference started, and now just 4 years later alhamdullilah something positive…it really makes us feel good!

    Also, someone really needs to describe today’s event in detail!!

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