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Car Parking Announcement: Muharram 1437
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warrenlaneSalaamun Alaykum

Parking Arrangements for Ashra-e-Muharram 1437 starting on Wednesday 14th October 2015

Parking arrangements will be updated regularly: please listen to daily announcements, Hujjat Website updates and via Twitter @hujjat

Humble request to ALL attendees: Please cooperate with the Car Park Volunteers and listen/heed to their parking instructions 

MORNING PROGRAM: Ladies Majalis Parking in the Centre only. Please do not park on the Rugby Forecourt and on the driveway leading to the ladies car park. NO PARKING AT ANYTIME ON THE LADIES FORECOURT entrance area by the Marquee

EVENING PROGRAM: The Centre Car Parks and Rugby.

Overflow Parking:

1st Overflow: Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (Refer to Volunteers Directions)

2nd Overflow: Stanmore Hill Watford Side (Refer to Volunteers Directions)

stanmorehillPlease DO NOT park around the Common or inconvenience our neighbours by blocking their driveways.

Stanmore Hill:  Stanmore side and its side streets are NOT to be utilised for parking by attendees at anytime. The side streets off Warren lane are a NO PARKING AREA as well due to requirements of traffic being able to flow freely. [see pictures attached]

With Salaams and Duas

Secretariat
The KSIMC of London

 
Darul Qur'an Competition
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Darul Qur'an Al-Itrah presents:Slide1

Qur'an Recitation & Memorisation Competition

The competition will be held on Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th December 2015

The Winners will be announced on 9th Rabiul Awwal – Sunday 20th December

Participation in more than one competition category is not allowed.

Deadline for registration for entry in the competition will be Saturday 31st October 2015. Send your registration details on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Please complete and return the registration form to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it    

Registration fee of £3 to be paid on the day of the competition.

 
Hilal Forecast: Mahe-Muharram 1437
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The next new moon occurs on Tuesday, 13th October, 2015, at 01:06 BST.

On Wednesday, 14th October, 2015, it can easily be seen with the unaided eye in Europe and the rest of the world

For the Muqallideen of Ayatullah ul Uzama Syed Sistani (May Allah Protect him) expect 1st Muharram, 1437AH, to be on Thursday, 15th October, 2015. It is expected that this day will also be the 1st of Muharram, 1437AH, in Karbala al Mualla, al Muqaddasah

Important dates for this month:
Saturday 24th October; 10th Muharram: Day of Ashura
Saturday 7th November; Eve 24th Muharram: Shahadat Eve of Imam Zain ul Abideen (A)

 
Eid ul Ghadeer Celebration
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Al-Ghadeer-Poster
Hujjat Saturday Workshop and Ladies Committee have organised Eid ul Ghadeer Celebrations to take place on Saturday 3rd October at 11:50am.


Programme consists of Ghadeer Presentation by Ummulbanin Merali, Nasheed Recitations and a play by the Hujjat Saturday Workshop Students. The will all be followed by Salaat and Tabaruk.

 
Total Lunar Eclipse: Mon 28 Sep 2015
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Eclipses of the Moon happen when the Sun, Earth and Moon are aligned to form an almost or exact straight line.

During a Total Lunar Eclipse, the Sun, Earth and Moon form a straight line. The Earth blocks any direct sunlight from reaching the Moon. The Sun is behind the Earth, so the Sun's light casts the Earth's shadow on the Moon. This shadow covers the entire Moon and causes a Total Lunar Eclipse. The next Total Lunar Eclipse is on Monday 28 September 2015 and is visible in London, UK

Partial Eclipse begins on 28 Sep at 02:07:13: moon is getting red.
Total Eclipse begins at 03:11:12: completely red moon.
Maximum Eclipse at 03:47:09: Moon is closest to the center of the shadow.
Total Eclipse ends at 04:23:05
Partial Eclipse ends at 05:27:05

Timings above are for London, UK

According to the rulings of Syed Sistani (May Allah Protect him), Salaatul Ayaat becomes Wajib (obligatory) during a Solar and Lunar Eclipse, even if the moon or the sun are partially eclipsed, and even if they do not engender any fear. The time of Namaz-e-Ayaat sets in as the eclipse starts, and remains till the eclipse is over. It is better, however, not to delay till the reversal of eclipse commences, though completion of Namaz-e-Ayaat may coincide with the time of reversal.

The recommended time for Salaatul Ayaat would be from 02:07 and 05:27 on Monday 28 September 2015.

Namaz-e-Ayaat consists of two Rak'ats, and there are five Ruku in each.

Its method is as follows: After making niyyat of offering the prayers, one should say takbir (Allahu Akbar) and recite Surah al-Hamd and the other Surah, and then perform the Ruku. Thereafter, he should stand and recite Surah al-Hamd and a Surah and then perform another Ruku. He should repeat this action five times, and, when he stands after the fifth Ruku, he should perform two Sajdah, and then stand up to perform the second Rak'at in the same manner as he has done in the first. Then he should recite tashahhud and Salam.

Namaz-e-Ayaat can also be offered in the following manner:

After making niyyat to offer Namaz-e-Ayaat, a person is allowed to say takbir and recite Surah al-Hamd and then divide the verses of the other Surah into five parts, and recite one verse or more or less, and thereafter perform the Ruku. He should then stand up and recite another part of the Surah (without reciting Surah al-Hamd) and then perform another Ruku. He should repeat this action, and finish that Surah before performing the fifth Ruku. For example, he may say: Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim with the niyyat of reciting Surah al-Ikhlas, and perform the Ruku. He should then stand up and say, Qul huwallahu Ahad, and perform another Ruku. He should then stand up and say, Allahus Samad, and perform the third Ruku. Thereafter he should stand up again and say, Lam yalid walam yulad, and perform the fourth Ruku. Then he should stand up again and say, Walam yakullahu Kufuwan ahad, then perform the fifth Ruku followed by Samiallahu Liman Hamidah, and then perform two Sajdah and then rise for the second Rak'at, the same way as the first Rak'at. At the end, he should recite tashahhud and Salam after the two Sajdah. It is also permissible to divide a Surah into less than five parts. In that event, however, it is necessary that when the Surah is over, one should recite Surah al-Hamd before the next Ruku.

 
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