You can get the Prayer Timings of Brooklyn from here according to the date. Today the date is 17th February 2022 according to the gregorian calendar. Also, according to the Hijri calendar, today is Rajab 16, 1443 AH.
Many Muslims live in this region and perform worship. However, Offering prayer is a must for Muslims. It is essential because they have to answer in front of their Lord on the day of judgment about Namaz. Moreover, every Muslim wants to be ready for that day. They offer prayer no matter in which country or part of the world they live.
Do not worry; you will see the full chart of Prayer Timings of Brooklyn from Fajar to Isha on this page.
Prayer time for Fajar is 5:33 AM, so from 5:33 onwards, the day begins and sunrises at 6:48 AM. Salah time for Zohar is 12:10 PM, and prayer time for Asar is 3:06 PM. In the same way, Maghrib is at 5:32 PM, and prayer time for Isha is 6:48 PM.
Performing salah is essential for every man and woman, so I would like to quote verses from Quran about salah.
(And remain always) turning to Him (only), and be fearful and dutiful towards Him, and perform Salah and be not of those who commit Shirk.” (Quran 30: 31)
Another verse of the Quran clearly says that:
“The believers, men, and women are protecting friends of one another; they enjoin good and forbid evil, and they establish Salah, and give Zakah, and obey Allah and His Messenger. Allah will have His Mercy on them, and surely, Allah is All-Mighty, All-Wise.” (Quran 9: 71)
Brooklyn is a city in new york in which there are lots of people who follow Islam. There are almost 3.9% of people who follow Islam so they need prayer times to perform prayer on time. Prayer time is also different for every country, so it is vital to be aware of the prayer timings of each country. People from all over the world live there for their jobs and other purposes, but along with that, they have to follow Islamic teachings, which Islam has taught us.
I want to quote here a Hadees to understand the importance of prayer for Muslims.
It was narrated that Anas bin Malik said: “The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: ‘Allah enjoined fifty prayers upon my nation, and I came back with that until I came to Musa. Musa said: ‘What has your Lord enjoined upon your nation?’ I said: ‘He has enjoined fifty prayers on me.’ He said: ‘Go back to your Lord, for your nation will not be able to do that.’ So I went back to my Lord, and He reduced it by half. I went back to Musa and told him, and he said: ‘Go back to your Lord, for your nation will not be able to do that.’ So I went back to my Lord, and He said: ‘They are five, and they are fifty; My Word does not change.’ So I went back to Musa, and he said: ‘Go back to your Lord.’ I said: ‘I feel shy before my Lord.'”
Book: Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadees No. 1399