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  • 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. […]

  • 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 […]

  • Oh I wish I were dust
    8Apr 2016

    Oh I wish I were dust

    This article is based on a short talk was given by Sh Mohammed Al-Hilli at a cemetery visit commemorating Mulla Ashgarali on 19 March 2016. In our day-to-day discussion, we often use the term “I wish”. It may be in the context of a missed business opportunity, an item to purchase, a meeting with an […]

  • River of black – Arba’een 2015
    26Mar 2016

    River of black – Arba’een 2015

    As the midday sun beats down on the hard dusty streets of Najaf, we gather at post No.1 for group selfies. Another 1451 posts, each 50 meters apart, map our journey along the Najaf-Karbala road. Our small group is joining the annual Arba’een walk to Karbala in Iraq and it will take three days to […]

  • Mortgages- Do Your Homework!
    8Feb 2016

    Mortgages- Do Your Homework!

    One of the largest decisions many of us may face is whether to buy or rent a property. In some circumstances renting can be more convenient than purchasing  property, particularly if you want something temporary or if you don’t wish to be tied down to a location. However, in the long term it might not […]

  • Part 8: An Analysis of Surah Al-Fatiha – The Concept of Bounty
    13Nov 2015

    Part 8: An Analysis of Surah Al-Fatiha – The Concept of Bounty

    The last verse of Surah Al-Fatiha categorises mankind into three different groups. After having asked Allah (swt) to be guided to the right path, verse 7 elaborates on this path and mentions: “The path of those upon whom You have bestowed favour, not of those who have evoked [Your] anger or of those who are […]

  • Connecting with the Beloved
    6Nov 2015

    Connecting with the Beloved

    Sharing is a big part of our religion, Islam, be it a material good such as wealth, or abstract such as knowledge, love or even a smile. This Ramadan, at the Islamic Unity Society we shared an iftar event with our Christian friends from the Focolare [1], an “international organization that promotes the ideals of […]

  • The message of the Quran: Justice
    26Oct 2015

    The message of the Quran: Justice

    Justice is often discussed as being very important in Islam. Imam Hussain’s (as) stand was ultimately for justice. Fatima Muhammad considers this important principle with reference to the Quran and its application Every book written has a message and all divine books have the common message of worship of a divine authority. Dedicated seekers of […]

  • Hazrat Muslim Ibn Aqeel
    25Sep 2015

    Hazrat Muslim Ibn Aqeel

    On the desertion of Muslim Ibn Aqeel by everyone at the mosque of Kufa, except one person, Hani Ibn Urwah, in whose house he was staying:   Muslim Ibn Aqeel turned around, after leading the prayers And saw where once there were many, there was only one there Where once loyalty had been promised, desertion […]

Prayer Time Table Tuesday 02 Mar 2021

  • Imsaak 5.28
  • Fajr 5.38
  • Sunrise 6.52
  • Dhuhr 12.19
  • Sunset 17.47
  • Magribain 18.07
  • Imsaak 4.56
  • Fajr 5.16
  • Sunrise 7.06
  • Dhuhr 12.39
  • Sunset 5.54
  • Magribain 6.12
  • Imsaak 5.26
  • Fajr 5.36
  • Sunrise 6.52
  • Dhuhr 12.18
  • Sunset 17.44
  • Magribain 18.04
  • Imsaak 5.32
  • Fajr 5.42
  • Sunrise 6.57
  • Dhuhr 12.24
  • Sunset 17.5
  • Magribain 18.1
  • Imsaak 5.02
  • Fajr 5.12
  • Sunrise 6.44
  • Dhuhr 12.13
  • Sunset 17.43
  • Magribain 17.58
  • Imsaak 5.29
  • Fajr 5.39
  • Sunrise 6.54
  • Dhuhr 12.21
  • Sunset 17.47
  • Magribain 18.07

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