The Jamaat has compiled our first ever business directory, a comprehensive reference made up of approximately 200 businesses owned by members of the community.
Our hope is that when community members need a service or product, they will first
refer to a fellow member of the community – the directory contains everything from
curtain rail suppliers to osteopaths, and everything in between – so we’re well
The Jamaat is immensely grateful to Muslim Kanji of Cruxton Travel, who has volunteered his time to help communtiy members who need advice on getting refunds on their flights, hotels and holidays. You can contact Muslim bhai on firstname.lastname@example.org for pro bono advice.
Hujjat Jamaat’s COVID-19 Task Force has been formed, with medical professionals and other members of the community, to assess and review the current health climate and decide on proactive measures we should be taking for the well-being and safety of our members and attendees.
Hujjat has been liaising closely with regional and global partners throughout this process.
After careful deliberation, and with the best interests of our community in mind, both Hujjat and Hyderi jamaats have decided to take the extraordinary step of closing the centres for programmes with immediate effect.
This will not include Hujjat (IMS) Montessori nor funeral activities where further guidance will be issued in due course. The jamaats will liaise with private function organisers directly.
Hujjat Madressa, hosted off-site, will be issuing it’s own statement. Hujjat Saturday Workshop will be suspended until further notice.
Stanmore Jafferys will continue their activities and adjust as necessary on a case by case basis. They will be issuing a statement in the next 24 hours.
The decision to close the centres is made with an abundance of caution in mind with the most vulnerable in our community prioritised and has not been made lightly.
If you are feeling unwell please consider avoiding attending the centre until you have recovered. We have a duty of care to each other. Remember functions are live-streamed via www.hujjat.org so you can still participate remotely.
The jamaat has currently NOT taken the decision to cancel any forthcoming programmes but we will of course be reviewing the situation regularly and keep you informed.
If you have returned from the above specific areas (INCLUDES IRAN) since February 19, YOU MUST NOT attend any events @hujjat to avoid spreading Coronavirus. If you know someone attending any event, who have recently returned from Iran, please inform Managing Committee or the Chairlady in complete confidence