Tuesday, 4 August 2020 / 14 Dhu-al-Hijja 1441 H *

Tuesday, 4 August 2020 / 14 Dhu-al-Hijja 1441 H *

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  • #RosesForPeace 2016
    28Dec 2016

    #RosesForPeace 2016

    The Islamic Unity Society took part in the #RosesForPeace national campaign, where 12000 roses were distributed on December 18th 2016, across 5 different cities in the UK; London, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham and Newport. The reach on Twitter was phenomenal, with one million accounts being reached (and counting!), and fantastic responses and engagement on different social media channels. […]

  • Volunteer!
    19Dec 2016

    Volunteer!

    You have landed on the correct page! The Voice Of Unity is looking to recruit volunteers for the following roles, if you are interested, please email vou@ius.org.uk or call Zahra on 07951023737. Please note, for all the roles below, support will be given by the VOU team specifically and IUS team generally. Circulation Director You will manage circulation and […]

  • Our Journey
    3Sep 2016

    Our Journey

    Islamic Unity Society’s summer camp was an enriching experience as members seized the unique opportunity to take the weekend break to the idyllic Welsh countryside.   Associates of IUS from London, Leeds and Manchester attended the workshops, which included: Spiritual Zone, Leadership and the MBTI programme which delved deep in the phenomenon of the ‘self’. […]

  • Sufra NW London
    21Jul 2016

    Sufra NW London

    The Islamic Unity Society recently received an award by Sufra NW London in recognition of our “support in challenging poverty and disadvantage in the London Borough of Brent”. Mohammed Mamdani, Director of Sufra NW London said “it [Sufra NW London] brings together hundreds, if not thousands of people from all faiths, cultures and backgrounds to […]

  • Part 1: The Peak of Eloquence – On society
    7Jul 2016

    Part 1: The Peak of Eloquence – On society

    Nahjul Balagha (The Peak of Eloquence) uniquely sheds light on and has an impact on our lives from many aspects. Three areas were chosen to be looked at at our study circles: societal, familial and individual. The following article, part one of three series, will explore how it relates to concepts and practices at a societal level. […]

  • Sufra NW London
    4Jul 2016

    Sufra NW London

    Awards Ceremony Sitting in Bridge Park Community Leisure Centre with the leader of the Brent Council, the Mayor of Brent, local charities and businesses, local school children, volunteers and users of the Food Bank all gathered to celebrate Sufra NW London, it is not difficult to realise that Sufra NW London is more than a […]

  • IUS Volunteers Training Camp
    13Jun 2016

    IUS Volunteers Training Camp

    Are you a dedicated volunteer or aspiring to become one? IUS has just what you need – a fun filled training camp, set in the heart of the breathtaking Brecon Beacons! This camp will help you escape the hustle and bustle of city life, so you can rediscover your connection with the divine, amidst stunning Welsh […]

  • Part 2: Reflections From Iraq: The Ziyareh
    3Jun 2016

    Part 2: Reflections From Iraq: The Ziyareh

    The word Ziyarah (زيارة) originates from the Arabic زور literally translating as “to visit, or to meet” referring to the pilgrimage undertaken by Muslims to places associated with the Holy Prophet Mohammed (saw), his family, and other venerated figures within Islam. Interestingly, a closely associated Arabic term زيار rather aptly takes the meaning of ‘aid or […]

  • Hasten to do good works!
    27May 2016

    Hasten to do good works!

    According to 2015 Government statistics, 3,569 people slept rough on any one night across England – this is over double the number counted in 2010. In London, there is more than 7,500 homeless people – a number that has almost doubled in the past 5 years.[1] Moreover, homeless people are the most vulnerable and socially […]

  • Resurrected from the soil of suffocation
    13May 2016

    Resurrected from the soil of suffocation

    I wake up in a society that shuns me, it shuns my religion and distorts my place within it until everyone is lead to believe that my religion actually oppresses me. A sad reality. My religion has been established to give my kind liberty and lift us from the soil society buried us in. My […]

Prayer Time Table Tuesday 04 Aug 2020

  • Imsaak 3.26
  • Fajr 3.36
  • Sunrise 5.29
  • Dhuhr 13.07
  • Sunset 20.44
  • Magribain 20.59
  • Imsaak 3.37
  • Fajr 3.47
  • Sunrise 5.29
  • Dhuhr 13.15
  • Sunset 21.00
  • Magribain 21.20
  • Imsaak 3.45
  • Fajr 3.54
  • Sunrise 5.32
  • Dhuhr 13.13
  • Sunset 20.55
  • Magribain 21.15
  • Imsaak 3.17
  • Fajr 3.37
  • Sunrise 5.27
  • Dhuhr 13.33
  • Sunset 9.18
  • Magribain 9.36
  • Imsaak 3.32
  • Fajr 3.42
  • Sunrise 5.25
  • Dhuhr 13.12
  • Sunset 20.59
  • Magribain 21.19
  • Imsaak 3.41
  • Fajr 3.51
  • Sunrise 5.32
  • Dhuhr 13.18
  • Sunset 21.03
  • Magribain 21.23

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