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Hilal Statement: Mahe-Safar 1435AH
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hilal1st day of Mahe-Safar 1435AH will be on Thursday 5 December 2013 for the Muqallideen of Ayatullah Syed Sistani (May Allah protect him). 

 
Yawme-Samarrah 1435
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KSIMC of London presents

Yawme Samarrah 1435AH

on

Saturday 30th November 2013

commencing at 7.45pm with Nyaz

Reciters:
Sozkhwan
Ustad Akhtar Hussain Akhtar
Nawhakhwan Party
Ravi Road & Katri Bawa
Our very own YAD Group

 
Shab-e-Pursa (Ladies ONLY Event)
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shab-e-pursaShab-e-Pursa

Ladies ONLY Programme

on

Saturday 7th December 2013

starting at 7pm with Nyaz

at the Husaini Islamic Centre, Wood Lane, Stanmore

An evening when we offer our condolences to Imam-e-Zamana (atfs) through Azadaari by the recitations of Marthia and Nawha.

 
ELC: Day of Ashura
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ELC AshuraHujjat ELC presents:

Day of Ashura

Spiritual address by Sheikh Mohammadali Shomali

followed by

Maqtal by Dr Usama Ulatar

Thu 15 November 2013 - starting with a'maal at 9.39am followed by Zohr / Asr Salaah at 11.51am., followed by the main programme above at 12.25pm.

 
Summary of Sheikh Shomali's lecture
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shomaliA summary of key points of Sheikh Shomali's lectures can be found here or by reading below.

The first night lecture was spent on laying the foundation for the discussion about the topic. Some of the points discussed were as follows:
1. Allah (swt) has send 124,000 prophets (nabi), out of whom 313 were messengers (rasul).
2. All the Prophets (a) have come to help individuals in their journey towards God or in self-purification. In addition to this, the messengers have come for having a just universal community.
3. According to the verse 57:25, Allah (swt) sent His messengers to guide and help people so that people themselves establish justice. The Qur’an says: "Certainly We sent Our apostles with manifest proofs, and We sent down with them the Book and the Balance, so that mankind may maintain justice; and We sent down iron, in which there is great might and uses for mankind, and so that God may know those who help Him and His apostles in [their] absence. Indeed God is all-strong, all-mighty."
4. The messengers or apostles (rusul, pl. for rasul) presented first manifest signs and miracles to prove themselves and their authenticity to people and then provided them with the Book and the standards by which they could measure and discern what is right to do and what is wrong in order to avoid. The Prophets (anbiya, pl. for nabi) guided people towards this goal under the leadership of the messengers and preached their Book. It is not that every prophet was given a book by Allah (swt).

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