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Muharram 1444 AH / 2022 AD Program

The Eternal Renaissance of the Hussaini Movement: The Future of Islam in the 21st Century

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Muharram 1444 AH / 2022 AD Program
Muharram 1444 AH / 2022 AD Program

Time & Location

Aug 03, 2022, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM PDT

Kirkland, 515 State St, Kirkland, WA 98033, USA


About The Event

Muharram 1444 AH Programs at IMAN Center will be held in person and commence on July 29, 2022, at 7:30 PM.

Given the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, for the safety of all community members, only those in good health and exhibiting no symptoms may attend in person.  Masks are highly recommended for all attendees - for your safety and the safety of all around you.

Anyone not feeling well can join our live broadcast instead of attending in person.   If you are not sure you are well, then please be safe and join the program from home.

Live broadcast link for the program is

Dr. Shabbir Kirmani is our Muharram guest speaker this year. His topic of discussion will be:

The Eternal Renaissance of the Hussaini Movement: The Future of Islam in the 21st Century

Daily program schedule:

7:30 PM Open with Qur'an

7:40 PM Marthiya

7:50 PM Community Announcements

8:00 PM Presentation by Dr. Shabbir Kirmani

8:45 PM Lamentation / Matam / Latmiyah

9:00 PM Salaat ul Maghrebain*

9:30 PM Conclusion

*When salaat time is earlier than 9:00 PM, timings above will be adjusted so that salaat starts at the appropriate time.

Subject to volunteer availability, children's program will run concurrently starting at 8:00 PM.

Details for Ashura day and Sham-i-Ghariban will vary from the above and will be updated.

Sponsors for daily tabarruk are welcome and can e-mail to sign-up.

About Sayed Shabbir Kirmani

Dr. Sayed Shabbir Kirmani is a Poet, Researcher and Lecturer in the American Muslim Community.

An engineer by training, Dr. Kirmani has a diverse professional background working with Fortune 500 Firms, in sectors as diverse as Pharmaceuticals, Government and Consulting.

As a Lecturer, he has traveled throughout North America and Europe to Lecture for the past 12 years. He has been an active speaker in multiple conferences & seminars in the US, Canada, UK and India, on topics as diverse as Islam & Economics, Modernity, and Development.

He was co-founder of the Ahlul-Bayt Society at UCF,  and served as President and Vice President of the Society.

Born & raised in Maryland by our Nation's Capital, Sayed is passionate about Islam in America, particularly the present & future of the American Muslim community and works to bridge the gap between Modernity & Religion.

He completed his bachelor's degree in Economics, Mathematics & Computer Science in 2012, his Master’s in Engineering in 2015, and his PhD in 2021.

Sayed enjoys good books, thought-provoking discussions, volunteering, and traveling.

Dr. Kirmani currently serves as the Resident Scholar at Masjid Al-Hayy in Orlando, FL.

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