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Eid ul Adha 2024 Salah Times

Sat 15 Jun 2024
All of Southall will unite to celebrate Eid-ul-Adha on Sunday 16 June 2024 embracing a spirit of unity and togetherness.

The mosques will be overflowing with worshippers in the morning, with 5 to 6 services at each mosque starting as early as 6:00 am.

The normal Police message is:"Please expect large crowds and heavy traffic along Uxbridge Road. Policing teams are on duty to ensure the safety for all in attendance. Happy EID."

Southall and Southall Broadway is well known for very bad traffic congestion. The festivities and issues will start on Saturday evening and resume on Sunday evening. Find alternatives routes of travel.


The Eid salah times are:

Jamia Masjid, Townsend Road - 6:00, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00 and 11:00
AbuBakr Mosque, The Broadway - 6:00, 7:00, 8:00 9:00 and 10:00
Central Jamia Masjid, Montague Waye – 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 and 10:00
Darussalam, Masjid, Hayes Rd - 8:00 and 9:00

On Eid-ul-Fitr it is recommended to eat something before going for Eid prayers. On Eid-ul-Adha is recommended to eat after the Eid prayers. On both occasion, after the Eid prayers, one should return home via a different route.

The Eid prayers are not compulsory for Muslims but the 5 times daily prayers are.


The mosques, local council and the Police advise that those people who are celebrating do so safely, peacefully and without unwelcome disturbances, whilst at the same time minimising the disruption caused to other communities, residents, businesses and transport systems.

Anyone who intends to visit family or friends during the celebrations of Eid-ul-Adha in the Southall, is encouraged to use public transport.

Ealing Police stated: "Southall Safer Neighbourhood Team wish all of the Southall Community and its visitors the best Eid Al-Adha. Local officers will be working with community volunteers from local Mosques, Ealing Council, Trading Standards, Anti-Social Behaviour and Licensing Teams to ensure everyone's safety during these celebrations."


The local Police tweeted: "Wishing everyone a joyous & blessed Eid Al-Adha this weekend. Lets cherish the moments with our loved ones & may this special day bring peace, happiness & unity to our communities celebrating."

The local Imam, Qari Muhammad Anmin Chisti, said, "Eid is an occasion to remember the poor, needy, widows, orphans, and the destitute — to bring smiles to their faces and to mend their broken hearts."

"Serving the destitute brings spiritual pleasure. True Eid is found in including the poor and needy in the celebration of Eid's happiness."

Eid Mubarak.

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