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Speaker Profiles: Muharram 1435
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KSIMC of London (Hujjat): Muharram 1435 Speakers and lecture topics

Urdu: Hujjat-ul-Islam Maulana Wasi Hasan Khan.
Topic: "Maqsad-e-Qiyam-e-Imam Hussain (A)"

Hujjat-ul-Islam Maulana Wasi Hasan Khan was born in Faizabad, India in 1969. After completing his initial education, he left for Qum in 1983. He graduated from the seminary in Qum in 1990. Since graduation, Maulana has been involved in various tableegh activities in different parts of the world. In addition to these, he has been teaching Arabic to college students. He is the current principal at Wasiqa College in Faizabad, India.

 
English: Hujjat al-Islam Dr Mohammad Ali Shomali.
Topic: "Features of the Community of the Ahlul-Bayt (A)"

Hujjat-ul-Islam Dr Mohammad Ali Shomali is a graduate of the Islamic Seminaries of Qum and has also both a BA and an MA in Western Philosophy from the University of Tehran. He has earned his Doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Manchester. His doctoral thesis was on ethical relativism. He did his postdoctoral research on ethical issues related to life and death. He is the director of the International Institute for Islamic Studies and the Dean of Postgraduate Studies of the International Section of the Jami'at al-Zahra (a), Qum.

His publications include: Self-Knowledge (1996 & 2006, also translated into Malay, Spanish and Kiswahili), Ethical Relativism: An Analysis of the Foundations of Morality (2001, also translated into Malay), Discovering Shi‘a Islam (7th edition 2010; also translated into 12 languages), Shi‘a Islam: Origins, Faith & Practices (2003 & 2010; also translated into Spanish & Swedish), Principles of Jurisprudence: An Introduction to Methodology of Fiqh (2006). He is a co-editor of Catholics & Shi'a in Dialogue: Studies in Theology & Spirituality (2004 & 2011), Catholic-Shi'a Engagement: Reason & Faith in Theory and Practice (2006 & 2011), A Catholic-Shi‘a Dialogue: Ethics in Today’s Society (2008 & 2011) and Monks and Muslims: Monastic and Shi‘a Spirituality in Dialogue (2012). Dr Shomali is editor-in-chief of two journals: the Message of Thaqalayn: A Quarterly Journal of Islamic Studies and the Spiritual Quest: A Biannual Journal of Ethics and Spirituality.

Ladies: Zakira Batul Najfi
Topic: Lessons from Surah Maryam

Zakira has gained her Islamic knowledge through self study and has been reciting majalises since 1987. She has been the Principal of AZ Zahra Madressah, Minnesota for 14 years and has been actively teaching in the Madressah for approximately 30 years.  Zakira has travelled to Canada, UK, and across the USA to recite majalis and speaks a range of languages.

 
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF FAITH FESTIVALS
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Harrow Inter Faith Council (HIFC) presents

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF FAITH FESTIVALS

21st November 2013

7.00pm to 9.30pm

Venue:

Middlesex New Synagogue, 39 Bessborough Road, Harrow, HA1 3BS

For all enquiries:

Contact Pat Stevens, HIFC Secretary or Punita Perinparaja, HIFC Chair

www.harrowinterfaithcouncil.org

 

 
Fitra 1435 - For UK
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zakat-1According to the Shariah, Fitra becomes incumbent when the new moon of Shawwal is sighted. This is known as Zakat of Fitra, which is payable by every Baligh person for oneself and all dependents, temporary or otherwise, regardless of gender and age. It is also Mustahab to pay Fitra for an unborn child. Fitra has been set for £5 per head and will be distributed to the needy, first locally and then abroad. The KSIMC of London will disburse on the Eid day as per Sharia requirements.

As per law 1999 of Ayatullah Seestani’s ‘Islamic laws’: “At the time of sunset on Eid ul Fitr, whoever is adult and sane and is neither unconscious, nor poor, or the slave of another, he should give, on his own behalf as well as on behalf of all those who are his dependents, about three kilos per head of wheat or barley or dates or raisins or rice of millet etc. It is also sufficient if he pays the price of one of these items in case

The Fitra that has been calculated is £5 per head (regardless of age or gender) and is payable online.

Alternatively, you can donate via Justgiving

 

 
 
Ramadhan Iftar Fund 1435 (update)
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Please donate generously to the KSIMC of London Ramadhan Iftar Fund.

Iftar expenditure budget for 2014 is: £73,000

Alhamdulillah, we have reached 93% of our target. Last chance to make your donation!

We urge you to donate as much as you can afford by clicking here.

You can donate whatever amount online via

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