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Recitation Guidelines for the month of Mahe-Ramadhan 1434

Dear Members

The policy of "one man; one slot" has been designed to implement fairness when allocating recitations for the month of Mahe-Ramadhan. Due to the increased demand for recitation during the Holy Month, it is only fair to try and accommodate requests where possible, without compromising the quality of recitation. The guidelines below apply for the forthcoming Holy Month to recitation in the Gents Section (Main Hall and ELC).

We have decided to ease the policy whereby the Main Hall and ELC will be treated as two "separate" institutions, each adopting independently the policy of "Major" and "Minor" recitations.   

An individual will only be allowed to recite ONCE in relation to "Major" recitations. With relation to "Minor" recitations, preferences will be given to "new" recitors BUT an individual who has already recited a "Major" can recite a "Minor". This also applies to multiple "Minor" recitations, whereby, an individual can recite a "Minor" on more than one occasion, but preference will be awarded to "new" recitors (i.e. those who have not had a chance to recite anything.)

The table below classifies what constitutes as a "Major" and what constitutes as a "Minor"

Dua Iftetah Dua Jawshan Kabeer
Dua Kumayl Maghribain Duas
Dua Tawbah Adhan Recitation
Dua Nudba Ziarat Recitation
Dua Makarimul Akhlaq Dua Mujeer
Dua Tawassul Dua Abu Hamza Thimali
Dua Samaat Hadith-e-Kisa
Munajaat of Imam Ali (A) Ziarat-e-Warith
Sura Ankabut A’maal Lead
Sura Rum Sura Yaseen
Sura Dukhan Dua Wida
Qur’an/Qari Recitation


Should you require any clarification on these guidelines, please contact one of the following members of the Mukhi Sub-Committee: Br Sajjad Tejani, Br Mohamed Tejani, Br Bashir Pirbhai or Br Akil Kanani.

With Salaams and Dua's

Mukhi Sub-Committee
KSIMC of London

Executive Commitee 2013-15

At the Annual General Meeting of the KSIMC of London held on Sunday 9th June 2013 the following Executive Committee was elected for the term 2013-2015

President Sheikh Mustafa Jaffer
Vice President Murtaza Gulamhusein
Hon Secretary Moshin Kassam
Asst. Secretary Mohammed Akil Kanani
Treasurer Salim Hamir
Asst. Treasurer Bashir Pirbhai
Committee Members Zeeshan Kanji
(Elected) Azad Poptani
Shafiq Hassan
Dr Munir Datoo
Mohamedali Gokal
Mohamed Tejani
(Appointed) Masum Raza Gulamhusein
Sajjad Tejani


The following Trustees continue to remain in office until 2015:

Trustees Sultanbhai Govani
Anverbhai Jagani
Bakarbhai Bharwani Resigned on 25 April 2014
Mohamed Lalji Elected on 27 June 2014
Razabhai Jessa
Hilal Statement: Mahe Rajab 1435AH

hilalThe Astronomical New Moon is on Tuesday, 29 April 2014 at 0714 BST. The crescent can be easily seen in the whole world on Wednesday, 30 April 2014.
1st Rajab 1435 AH will thus be on Thursday, 1 May 2014 for the Muqallideen of Ayatullah Sistani and Marhum Ayatullah Khui.

Fatiha Khani

Fatiha Khani for the four young boys who lost their lives in the Dar es Salaam tragedy

Fatiha Khani has been arranged on Thursday 4th April 2013 at 7:45pm for the four young boys of our community who lost their lives in the Dar es Salaam tragedy.

ELC in conjunction with SJ are holding a parallel programme starting with Dua e Mashlool at 7.40pm .

With duas

Lyakat Jaffer


Dar-es-Salaam Tragedy


Yesterday morning (29th March 2013) a calamity was unleashed on our sister Jamaat in Dar es Salaam. A multi-story building adjacent to our centre in Dar es Salaam collapsed shedding its rubble on to our centre where numerous youngsters of the community were busy playing.

Immediately upon receiving the news, our President telephoned the President of Dar es Salaam Jamaat, who provided an update on the situation. At that time, several of our youngsters had been rescued and after a brief stay at the hospital had been released. No fatalities were known at that time, which was a great relief.

Prayers were offered after Juma prayers at Stanmore for the wellbeing of our brothers in Dar es Salaam, and for a successful rescue operation.

We have subsequently learned of some deaths, which is heart breaking. We continue to monitor the situation through media.

We have sent a message of condolence and of help to our brothers in Dar es Salaam.

The email is reproduced below:

Dear Shiraz Bhai

Salaam alaykum

It is with considerable anguish that I write to express our deepest condolences on the calamity that has befallen the Dar es Salaam Jamaat.

When we spoke briefly on the telephone yesterday, you had stated that your volunteers had rescued several youngsters and at that stage you were not aware of any fatalities. This was a great relief to us all.  I now understand from media that our community has not been spared the fatalities, which is heart breaking.

On behalf of the London Jamaat, I would like to assure you that we stand shoulder to shoulder with you during this difficult time. Please do not hesitate to call upon us should you require any help.

Please convey our condolences to your members and to the friends and families of the departed souls. May Allah SWT rest the departed souls amongst his chosen ones. Ameen.

And may you be successful, by the grace of Allah SWT, in all your efforts to rescue the trapped momineens. Ameen.

With duas

Shabir Mamdani


London Jamaat


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