Saturday, 31 October 2020 / 14 Rabi-al-Awwal 1442 H *

Saturday, 31 October 2020 / 14 Rabi-al-Awwal 1442 H *

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  • Let’s Make This Happen!
    10Oct 2020

    Let’s Make This Happen!

    Our Vision: Muslim youth who are strong, united and active contributors in society. Let’s Make This Happen! Salam Alaykum wr wb. Peace be upon you, Inshallah this message finds you and your families well and safe. On behalf of the Islamic Unity Society (IUS), we would like to extend our condolences on the occasion of […]

  • Muharram 2020!
    19Aug 2020

    Muharram 2020!

    Salam Alaykum wr wb  بِسمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحمٰنِ الرَّحيمِ يَا أَيَّتُهَا النَّفْسُ الْمُطْمَئِنَّةُ ارْجِعِي إِلَى رَبِّكِ رَاضِيَةً مَرْضِيَّةً فَادْخُلِي فِي عِبَادِي وَادْخُلِي جَنَّتِي [To the righteous it will be said], “O reassured soul, Return to your Lord, well-pleased and pleasing [to Him], And enter among My [righteous] servants And enter My Paradise.” (89:27-30)   On behalf […]

  • COVID-19
    18Mar 2020

    COVID-19

    GOV.UK, NHS, MCB As you are likely aware, COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It’s caused by a virus called coronavirus. The World Health Organization has now declared COVID-19 to be a pandemic. This has had a significant effect across the world and impacts mosques, madrasas and Islamic centres due […]

  • 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 […]

  • Part 1: Reflections From Iraq: In the footsteps of the Imam
    30Apr 2016

    Part 1: Reflections From Iraq: In the footsteps of the Imam

    I recently returned home after having been away for ten days. The taxi from the airport hastily brought me home. I walked up the driveway dragging my dusty suitcase and rang the doorbell nervously. He came running to the door at the sound. I realised then that I had missed the patter of his small […]

  • Let’s talk about death
    23Apr 2016

    Let’s talk about death

    I smiled as I searched down the alphabetically-ordered index of my newly acquired English-Arabic Quran. Instead of a series of verse references next to the word I was searching for, I found: “This word occurs more than 200 times in the Noble Quran. Mentioning every place will make the index very big”. That word was […]

  • World Hijab Day
    17Apr 2016

    World Hijab Day

    In Islam, Hijab includes the way a person walks, talks, looks, acts and thinks. All of this should be done modestly and is applicable to both men and women. This statement defines hijab in the simplest way, however there are still many misconceptions about the hijab and what role it plays. The duty of the […]

  • Part 9: An Analysis of Surah Al-Fatiha – Misguidance in Islam
    11Mar 2016

    Part 9: An Analysis of Surah Al-Fatiha – Misguidance in Islam

    Continuing the analysis of the last verse of Surah Al-Fatiha we discussed that the Qur’an categorises human beings into three different types. The first group of people are those that Allah (swt) had showered with bounties, as discussed in the previous article. The second and third groups of people will be discussed in this section, […]

Prayer Time Table Saturday 31 Oct 2020

  • Imsaak 5.35
  • Fajr 5.45
  • Sunrise 7.01
  • Dhuhr 11.51
  • Sunset 16.40
  • Magribain 17.00
  • Imsaak 5.08
  • Fajr 5.18
  • Sunrise 6.52
  • Dhuhr 11.44
  • Sunset 16.35
  • Magribain 16.51
  • Imsaak 5.37
  • Fajr 5.47
  • Sunrise 7.05
  • Dhuhr 11.52
  • Sunset 16.39
  • Magribain 16.59
  • Imsaak 5.40
  • Fajr 5.50
  • Sunrise 7.08
  • Dhuhr 11.55
  • Sunset 16.42
  • Magribain 17.02
  • Imsaak 5.35
  • Fajr 5.45
  • Sunrise 7.04
  • Dhuhr 11.49
  • Sunset 16.35
  • Magribain 16.55
  • Imsaak 5.12
  • Fajr 5.32
  • Sunrise 7.22
  • Dhuhr 12.11
  • Sunset 4.39
  • Magribain 4.57

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