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Thursday 23 March 2017
Imsaak04:02 Fajr04:12
Sunrise05:58 Zohr12:14
Sunset18:20 Maghrib18:30

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Programme Information

Jumme Raat - Wafaat Umm Kulthum (AS)
Thursday 23 March 2017
(Jamaat Programme)
8:00PM Sura e Yaseen Yaseen Mehdi Valjy
8:10PM Dua e Kumayl Maisam Merali
8:35PM Announcements
9:40PM Marthiya Oanali Lalji
8:47PM Majlis in English Sheikh Mohammed Abbas Panju
9:20PM Nawha Asghar Bandali
9:27PM Ziyarat e Warith Yasir Merali
9:40PM Tabarruk

Friday Prayers
Friday 24 March 2017
(Jamaat Programme)

12:14PM Salaatul Jumah Sheikh MohamedAbbass Panju
English Sermon

Hujjat Senior Citizens
Wednesday 29 March 2017
(Senior Citizens)

Ladies Seniors
10:00AM Meet & Greet
Gents Seniors
10:00AM Holy Quran
Annual General Meeting
12:30PM Majalis

Wiladat Eve of Imam Baqir (AS)
Wednesday 29 March 2017
(Jamaat Programme)
8:00PM Salaat ul Maghribayn
8:35PM Quran recitation
8:40PM Hadith e Kisaa Aliyunakber Dewji
8:55PM Lecture in English Sheikh Mohammed Abbas Panju
9:25PM Announcements
9:30PM Dar-ul-Quran Speech Suhayl Valji
9:35PM Qasida Asif Parpia
9:45PM Ziyarat
9:50PM Tabarruk

Jumme Raat - Laylat ul Raghaib
Thursday 30 March 2017
(Jamaat Programme)
7:42PM Salaat ul Maghribayn
7:55PM Tabarruk
8:15PM Amaal of Lailat ul Raghaib Mohamed Tejani / Taha Dharsi
9:15PM Salaat ul Isha
9:30PM Sura e Yaseen Zuheir Suleman
9:40PM Dua Kumayl Makbul Jaffer
10:05PM Announcements
10:10PM Ziyarat e Warith Ali Bandali

Friday Prayers
Friday 31 March 2017
(Jamaat Programme)

12:40PM Dua Nudba Alhaj Reza Kanji
1:12PM Salaatul Jumah Sheikh MohamedAbbas Panju

Wafaat Eve of Imam Ali un Naqi (AS)
Friday 31 March 2017
(Jamaat Programme)
8:00PM Salaat ul Maghribayn
8:30PM Quran recitation
8:35PM Announcements
8:40PM Marthiya
8:47PM Majlis in Urdu Maulana Syed Kalbe Abbas 
8:47PM Majlis in English
9:30PM Taboot
9:35PM Mataam Haiderali Okera 
9:42PM Ziyarat Makhsoos Hamid Pirbhai
9:50PM Tabarruk

Wiladat Eve of Imam Musa Kadhimi (AS)
Tuesday 4 April 2017
(Jamaat Programme)
7:50PM Salaat ul Maghribayn
8:20PM Quran recitation
8:25PM Hadith e Kisa
8:40PM Dua Tawassul Alijavad Jaffer
8:50PM Majlis in English
9:30PM Announcements
9:35PM Qasida Husein Asghar Bandali
9:42PM Ziyarat Makhsoos Hamid Pirbhai
9:45PM Munajaat Anis Rahemani
9:50PM Ziyarat
9:55PM Tabbarruk

Jumme Raat
Thursday 6 April 2017
(Jamaat Programme)
8:00PM Salaat
8:30PM Sura e Yaseen
8:40PM Dua e Kumayl
9:05PM Majlis in English
9:35PM Announcements
9:40PM Ziyarat e Warith
9:50PM Tabarruk

Friday Prayers
Friday 7 April 2017
(Jamaat Programme)

1:09PM Salaatul Jumah
English Sermon

Wiladat Eve of Imam Muhammad Taqi (AS)
Friday 7 April 2017
(Jamaat Programme)
8:00PM Salaat ul Maghribayn
8:30PM Quran recitation
8:35PM Hadith e Kisaa
8:50PM Lecture in English
9:20PM Announcements
9:25PM Qasida ZuheirAbbas Kanji
9:35PM Ziyarat
9:40PM Tabarruk

Wiladat Eve of Imam Ali (AS)
Monday 10 April 2017
(Jamaat Programme)
8:00PM Salaat ul Maghribayn
8:30PM Quran recitation
8:35PM Hadith e Kisaa
8:50PM Lecture in English
9:20PM Qasida 1 Hamid Pirbhai
9:30PM Announcements
9:35PM Qasida 2 Abbas haider Lalji
9:45PM Ziyarat
9:50PM Tabarruk

Shahadat Eve Bibi Zainab (AS)
Wednesday 12 April 2017
(Jamaat Programme)
8:00PM quran Recitation
8:04PM Salaatul Maghribayn
8:35PM Announcements
9:40PM Marthiya Yusuf Nurmohamed
8:47PM Majlis in English
8:47PM Majlis in Urdu Maulana Syed Kalbe Abbas
9:30PM Taboot Hassan Bhanji
9:35PM Nawha Hassan Bhanji
9:42PM Ziyarat Maksus Makbul Rahim
9:50PM Tabarruk

Jumme Raat
Thursday 13 April 2017
(Jamaat Programme)
8:05PM Salaat
8:35PM Sura e Yaseen
8:45PM Dua e Kumayl
9:10PM Majlis in English
9:40PM Announcements
9:45PM Ziyarat e Warith
9:55PM Tabarruk

Friday Prayers
Friday 14 April 2017
(Jamaat Programme)

1:08PM Salaatul Jumah
English Sermon

Sufro of Imam Jaffar Sadiq (AS)
Sunday 16 April 2017
(Jamaat Programme)
5:45PM Ladies Program Start
6:15PM Quran recitation
6:20PM Hadith e Kisaa
6:35PM Lecture in English
7:05PM Munajaat
7:15PM Announcements
7:20PM Sufro - Nyaz
8:10PM Salaat ul Maghribayn

Jumme Raat
Thursday 20 April 2017
(Jamaat Programme)
8:00PM Sura e Yaseen
8:17PM Salaat
8:50PM Dua e Kumayl
9:15PM Majlis in English
9:45PM Announcements
9:50PM Ziyarat e Warith
10:00PM Tabarruk

Friday Prayers
Friday 21 April 2017
(Jamaat Programme)

1:06PM Salaatul Jumah
English Sermon

Shahadat Eve Imam Musa Kadhim (AS)
Saturday 22 April 2017
(Jamaat Programme)
8:00PM Quran Recitation
8:05PM Mathiya
8:20PM Salaat ul Maghribayn
8:50PM Majlis in English
8:50PM Majlis in Urdu
9:30PM Taboot
9:40PM Nawha
9:50PM Ziyarat Maksus
9:55PM Tabarruk

Shahadat Eve Hazrat Abu Talib (AS)
Sunday 23 April 2017
(Jamaat Programme)
7:00PM Quran Recitation
7:05PM Announcements
7:10PM Mathiya
7:17PM Majlis in English
7:17PM Majlis in Urdu
7:50PM Nawha
7:57PM Ziyarat
8:00PM Tabarruk
8:22PM Salaat ul Maghribayn

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Hujjat App for Smartphones Print E-mail

hujjatapp2The KSIMC of London is proud to announce the launch of the Hujjat App for Smartphones.

The App contains London Prayer Times, Programmes & Schedules of Events, News and Announcements, link to Live Streaming as well as key Contact Details.

Your feedback is welcome as we aim to build on further enhancements going forward. Please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with your feedback.

For iOS platform, you can download the App here

For Android, you can download the App here

With Salaams and Duas,

The KSIMC of London

Ladies only: Jashn-e-Zahra (A) Print E-mail

jashnzahra1438Ladies Tableegh and YAD present Jashn-e-Zahra Ladies Programme

on Sunday 2 April 2017

4pm with Stalls followed by 4.45pm with Main Programme

Programme includes a Play and Ends with Nyaz

Guest Reciters include Sister Fatemah Ladak, Hashim Sisters and Rehmani Sisters

All Ladies welcome

Celebrating the Wiladat of Lady Fatima Zahra (A) Print E-mail

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20 Jamadi ul Thani
5 yrs before or after declaration of Prophethood


Zahra (radiant), Zakiyya (pure, chaste), Radhiyya (satisfied, content), Mardhiyyah (commendable, pleasing), Siddiqa (honest), Tahera (pure, chaste), Batul, Muhaddisa, Umme Abeeha (mother of her father), Ummul Aimma (mother of the 11 Imams)

Death 14 Jamadi ul Awwal 11 AH (according to most traditions)

Ibn ˋAbbas narrates from the Prophet (S) that he stated:

“My daughter Fatima is the foremost of all the women of the world, past and future. She is a portion of me, the light of my eyes, the fruit of my heart and a spirit that resides in my body... Be witness that that I have granted her followers amnesty from the fire of hell.” 1

Her Birth

According to Shaykh al-Kulayni, Fatima Zahra was born 5 years after the appointment of the Prophet to his mission (bi’that)2. Shaykh al-Mufid places her birth at 2 years after the bi’that3, and Shaykh al-Tusi4 has mentioned both dates. Accordingly, she lived for 8 or 11 years in Makka before she migrated to Madina, and according to Ya’qubi, two months after the hijra5, and according to Mas‟udi, in the second year of hijra, the Prophet married her to Ali b. Abu Talib.6

Sunni scholars usually mention that she was born 5 years before the bi‟that, in the year that the Quraysh rebuilt the Ka‟ba. Some of them, like Hakim Nishaburi, have also mentioned that she was born a year after the bi‟that, when the Prophet was 41 years old.7

Behlool Youth Society: Boys Easter Camp Print E-mail

easter2017orangeThe Behlool Youth Society from MKSI Leicester is once again hosting the 6th Annual Behlool Boys Easter Camp 2017, taking place from Saturday 8th April 2017 – 11th April 2017 (During the Easter Holidays) for Boys Aged 11-14.

This year our camp ethos will focus on Empowering Character Building, Spiritual Development and Personal Skill Enhancement.

The camp will bring together various elements such as: Interactive Workshops, Leisure Activities, Debates and Team Building Exercises. Alongside these fundamental aspects of the camp there will be both Islamic and Secular Workshops.

Leisure activities include as Skiing, Sports, Self Defence, Tubing, Laser Tag, Tobogganing and many MORE!!

Early Bird Price:  £99 (Until 22nd March)
Full Price: £125 (From 23rd March to the Deadline Tuesday 28st March 2017)

(Extremely Limited Spaces Available – Apply Now To Avoid Disappointment)

For Further information please visit: www.mksileicester.org/BEC

Darul Qur’an: Poetry for the Soul Print E-mail

DQPoetryCourseAn introduction to the beautiful use of language in the Holy Qur’an and Islamic poetry

Take a unique and fascinating journey through Qur’anic verses and Islamic poetry to explore how poetic devices are used to convey beauty and meaning and inspire reflection and insight!

Students will engage in a variety of interactive activities including:
Class discussion, pair talk, brainstorming, imaginative listening, reflective/critical thinking exercises and creative expression through art and drama. 

Materials required: Colouring pencils, coloured markers, highlighters, pen/pencil, scissors and glue stick
All students will be provided with copies of the verses and poems discussed and a poetic scrapbook to contain all written and creative work.

Course details: Every Friday 21st April to 26th May 2017
From 6 pm to 7:30 pm
Girls Aged 13 – 16 years
In Annexe, Hujjat Islamic Centre, Stanmore
Register at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by Thursday 30th March 2017

YDD Classes 2017 Print E-mail

YDD has been set up to act as a “refresher programme” for our youngsters particularly in the recitation of Duas commonly recited during the Holy Month of Ramadhan. The emphasis is to polish, brush-up and enhance the level of recitation of Duas. 

Entry Criteria:
To allow YDD to meet its objective, it is important that those attending are able to recite “big” Qur’an with some degree of fluency. Your child may be required to be pre-screened upon registration to ensure they meet the above criteria. We appreciate that there may be children who fall short of the above requirement, but at this stage, due to limited resources at our disposal, we can only accept children who demonstrate the above criteria.

As far as age criteria goes, provided the above criteria is first met, we will accept children between the ages 7 to 16

Dua classes:
YDD will cater for recitation of the following Duas: 3 Short Duas (recited after Maghrib/Eisha Salaat) and Dua Iftetah. Please note: there will be no classes for Dua Jawshan Kabeer.

Classes will commence on Thursday 9th March 2017 from 8pm to 9pm and run every Thursday night (except when there is a Wiladat/Shahadat falling on a Thursday)

Main Hall / ELC allocation:
A child wishing to recite one of the Duas taught within YDD will need to be screened by the YDD teachers before their name is submitted to the Mukhi sub-committee for allocation. (This applies to both boys and girls)

Contact Details:
Co-ordinators: Shehnazbai Somji; Kanizbai Merali & Raziabai Datoo in Girls and Abbasali Jagani in Boys

Please register with the following information via This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Name of Child; Age; Class selected (3 Short Duas or Dua Iftetah); Email Address and Contact Telephone Number

Continuation of EGM: Sun 26 March 2017 Print E-mail

Salaamun Alaykum

The adjourned EGM (started on 11 Jan 2015) will inshAllah continue on Sunday 26 March 2017 from 10:30 to 17:00 in the Main Hall. Lunch will be served.

The agenda of the meeting will continue with item 2.


1) Recitation from the Holy Quran and English translation thereof.

2) Consideration of the proposed constitutional amendments submitted by Br Abul-Kassim Meghjee, and seconded by Dr Munir Datoo, on 26th November 2014 pursuant to clause 12(i) and adoption thereof, if approved.

The Constitution already discussed can be found here

The Rules being discussed can be found here
(Updated with latest changes, and now including the Election process that was previously in Appendix 3)

Reminder: Members whose subscriptions shows outstanding amounts will be unable to make full use of membership privileges, in particular participating / voting at General meetings

With Salaams and Duas
The KSIMC of London

Hussaini Volunteering Bank (HVB) Print E-mail

When you drive into the mosque you are directed by a CPV, you sit in the program run by the mukhi whilst downstairs in the Kitchen, chai is being made to be served to you at the end.

What do all these things have in common?

Our identity as a community runs on the foundation of people volunteering their time. Unfortunately this ethos surrounding the institution of volunteering seems to have faded away, especially amongst the younger members. This needs to be revived now more than ever. Why does the largest KSIMC community in Europe struggle to find volunteers?

On the surface it may not seem this way as our programs run seamlessly, children at madressa are taught and in the unfortunate event of a death Ghusl is performed. However, there is a dire need for committed volunteers especially from the younger generation. The issue may not be because people don’t want to volunteer their time, it could be because they have wanted to volunteer but don’t know how to get involved. We have identified that people find it hard to get involved as they may not know who to contact or how to get involved.

What are we doing about this situation?

Hussaini Volunteering Bank(HVB) is an initiative that has been set up for attendees, members, Hujjat and SJ teams to have a medium of communication between the volunteers and teams. HVB has identified crucial areas whilst working with the current SJ and Hujjat teams, where there is a lack of volunteers. Why should current volunteers have to worry about what will happen if they are not there?

The perfect situation would be to have members on a rota, we understand that this may not be possible for everyone. Maybe you can volunteer an hour or two of your time a week or HVB can store your details in our database, and when needed the admin team can call upon you for events such as: MAMT, Ramadhan, Muharram and other mosque events.

Stanmore offers a variety of volunteering roles to the general public where members can utilize and harness skills and experience from their work and education. HVB gives you the freedom to choose where you would like to volunteer your time.

We welcome anyone who is 16 and over from both ladies and gents to fill out the form below. Make sure to include your skills, interests and availability as this will help us to match you with the right team. Alternatively you may already know what you want to do and we can put you in direct contact with that team. HVB will never turn down someone who would like to volunteer. Sign up as a volunteer: http://hujj.at/hvb

The philosophy of HVB is “Giving back to the community, that has given us so much,” It was how our forefathers achieved in building the centre we currently have, a great embodiment of this spirit was Marhum Mulla Asghar M M Jaffer.

HVB has the full backing and commitment of both Hujjat and SJ at all levels in achieving our goals from this initiative, we hope we can count on having the commitment of our members.

Thank you,
HVB Team

BSL Classes Print E-mail

Salaam Alaykum

British Sign Language classes run in the Annex during the normal programme time. All deaf, hard of hearing and special needs azaadars of Imam Hussein (A) are warmly welcome. Please come to the ground floor of the Annex.

With Salaams and Duas

BSL Team

Guidelines: "In case of a Death" [updated] Print E-mail

Dear Members

Salaamun Alaykum

Please find an updated Guidelines of what to do "in case of a death" in your family. Information on the "minimally invasive autopsy" (MIA) is also included.

With Salaams and Duas
The KSIMC of London