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Ilm Al-Quran Weekend Classes
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Due to large demand, we are pleased to inform you that we have arranged a second Ilm Al-Quran course for gents to take place on weekend mornings. This is an opportunity for all those who were not able to take part in the first class to improve their relationship with the Quran and understand it better.

Details for the course are as follows:

Venue: Huseini Islamic Centre (Stanmore)
Timings: Saturday and Sunday mornings at 9:30am
Starting date: Saturday 8th July
Cost: £35 for 12 sessions

Registration link: jafferys.org/IlmAlQuranWeekend

Further information: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Please note that by registering you are agreeing to commit to the full duration of the course.

 
News of Death: Marhuma Kanize-e-Zehra Mohamedhussein Nathoo
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In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

inna lillah

Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Ilayhi Rajeoon - "To Allah we belong, and to Him is our return". (Al-Baqarah 2:156)

Marhum Kanize-Zehra Mohamedhussein Nathoo on 30 June 2017- 5 Shawwal 1438

We regret to inform you of the sad demise of Marhuma Kanize-Zehra Mohamedhussein Nathoo, who passed away today in London.

Salaatul Mayyit will be prayed after Salatul Jumah (1.10pm). Burial thereafter at Woodcock Hill Cemetery, Harefield Road, WD3 1PD

Mu'mineen are requested to recite Salaatul Wahshat/Hadiya-Mayyit tonight after Maghribain prayers.

Al Fateha.

 
Darul Quran w’al Itrah: New Classes for Boys
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Darul Quran w’al Itrah is pleased to announce two new beginners Quran recitation classes for boys from 8th September 2017.

Age category:

5 – 7 years old: (Every Friday 6pm till 7pm)
8 – 11years old: (Every Tuesday 5pm till 6pm)

Where: Hujjat Stanmore

Places are limited, so they will be offered on a first come first serve basis.

Please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for registration

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED DUE TO OVER SUBSCRIPTION

 
Grenfell Tower Fire Update
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26 June 2017

News of the fire which engulfed Grenfell Tower on 14 June broke our hearts.Parents and their children were separated.Whole families were lost.Even those who may be deemed lucky enough to have escaped unharmed must still build their lives anew.

The entire community’s response was quite astonishing. Within hours, an initiative was formed.With just a few WhatsApp messages, many hundreds of kilos of products – of food supplies, clothes, bedding and toiletries – were brought to the centre. Over £3,500 was raised for the cause.

So overwhelming was the response that some generous donors had to be turned away and excess goods handed to other local charities.

The Executive Committee wishes to place on record its thanks to the generous donors who went out of their way to help those in need. The EC also wishes to recognise the many volunteers who gave up precious time to make their way to the site of the disaster to help.

Fittingly, the community’s efforts were recognised in several news outlets, including the Metro, the Evening Standard and the Guardian. See some press cuttings below:

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Though the Grenfell Tower Fire appeal has now come to an end, we pray this spirit of selfless giving, compassion and charitable endeavour continues to thrive in the community.

"Those who spend their wealth [in Allah 's way] by night and by day, secretly and publicly - they will have their reward with their Lord. And no fear will there be concerning them, nor will they grieve.” Holy Quran 2:274

 
Invitation: Salaam Cup 2017 and Fun Day
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KSIMC Fun Fair  SJFA Salaam Cup PosterThe KSIMC of London (Hujjat) is proud to team up with SJFA for Salaam Cup 2017 and family fun day.

SJFA Salaam Cup will be hosting 500 players and 58 teams from across the country, in the spirit of embracing diversity and integration.

The fun day for all the family will feature Stalls, Games and best of all The KSIMC of London (Hujjat) are sponsoring the rides so that they are free!

The day promises to be spectacular festival for the whole family, so please attend in large numbers.

The details are as follows:

Day/Date
Saturday 8th July 2017

Key Timings
9.30am Registration & Breakfast for players and officials
10.30am Welcome
11.00am Kick-Off
1.10pm Salaat
7.00pm Close

Venue
Harefield Academy (Northwood Way, Harefield, UB9 6ET)

Entrance Fee
All non-playing adults (excluding managers and coaches) will be charged a £2 entrance fee.

Stalls
A variety of Food Selection as well as an array of stalls from Art to Fragrances including display by young entrepreneurs. Please click here to view the STALLS list

Entertainment
A range of activities for the younger ones, including Bouncy Castle, Mega Slide, Total Wipe-Out along with other great entertaining stalls like Face Painting, Lucky Dip, Photo booth.

Raffle
Tickets cost only £2.00 and can be purchased at the venue on the day. Winners will be drawn and announced at the event.

Proceeds will be allocated towards SJFA Development and Iraqi Orphans. Please click here for the full list of RAFFLE PRIZES

Car Parking
Please park in the car park located at front of the building. If spaces have been filled up, park in the surrounding streets. Car parking volunteers will guide you further on the day.

Social Media
sjfa.org.uk
Twitter: @SJFA786
Salaam Cup FB

 
Hilal Update: Shawwal 1438AH
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By His Name The Most High

According to the announcement from the office of H. E. Ayatullah Seestani (long may he live) in the holy city of Najaf, Monday 26 June is the first day of Eid al-Fitr al Mubarak in the United Kingdom, European, Scandinavian countries, Middle East and the rest of the world.

We pray to the Lord Almighty to unite the word of Muslim and bring back this Eid with goodness and blessing He is All Hearing and [He] Answers Prayers.

 
Notice of SGM: Fri 30 June 2017
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23 June 2017

Dear Members,

Salaamun Alaykum

Notice is hereby given by the Executive Committee to hold a Special General Meeting (SGM) on Friday 30 June 2017 at 8pm at the Husaini Shia Islamic Centre, Stanmore, HA7 4LQ, to transact the following:

1) Recitation of the Holy Qur'an and translation thereof

2) Election of the Electoral Commissioners as per Rule 7.10 of the Constitution

Registration will commence at 7:45pm. Both Male and Female members are encouraged to attend.

With Salaams and Duas

Akil Kanani
Hon Secretary
The KSIMC of London

 
London: Grenfell Tower Fire Tragedy
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Update: 15 June 2017

Dear All

Salaamun Alaykum

Thank you so much for your support last night. We have collected hundreds of kilos of supplies, food and clothing. These went out in numerous vehicles to collection points across London last night.

Today we are arranging various initiatives. Breakfast, lunch and dinner for some of the victims and support workers has been arranged.

At the present time no donations of goods is required. Please do not bring anything to the centre as this will be turned away. Please instead donate financially at the jamaat desk or online.

Please monitor for further updates and email any queries to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

With Salaams and Duas,
Relief and Outreach Team,

The KSIMC of London

 
Statement from The KSIMC of London on last week’s attacks in London
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5 June 2017

Statement from The KSIMC of London on last week’s attacks in London

Following the attacks in London last Saturday, Mustafa Mohammed (Jaffer), President of The KSIMC of London, issued the following statement:

I am shocked by the news of violence in London Bridge and Borough Market.  My thoughts and prayers are with all the victims and their families. 

My thoughts, too, are with those who have been injured, who we hope will make the quickest of recoveries.

I pay tribute to the heroism of the emergency services who took such swift action to intervene, putting their lives at risk for the sake of others. 

In these days of Ramadhan, we as Muslims learn and reinforce Islamic teachings of love for our neighbours and compassion for all.  It is indeed unfortunate that some misguided individuals enact such abhorrent acts purportedly in the name of Islam. Whilst they and others seek to divide our society, we are proud to be British Muslims who espouse these values of kindness and openheartedness which will undoubtedly endure and triumph. 

Perpetrators of violence will never emerge victorious and I condemn all such actions.  Britain and London must continue to celebrate diversity, protect those in harm’s way and respond to hate with unity and togetherness.”

 
Statement by the Executive Committee of The KSIMC of London
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29th May 2017

Dear Members,
Salaamun Alaykum,

With the advent of this Holy month, on behalf of the Executive Committee (EC) of The KSIMC of London, I would like to wish you a very blessed month and may the Almighty grant us all the mercy and bounties He has reserved for those who fast during this month.

Subsequent to the Saturday 20th May 2017 declaration of the Electoral Commission that made the Elections for the forthcoming term ‘null and void’, we the EC have received feedback, comments, suggestions and proposals for our consideration. We also called a meeting of a few peers of the community to explore options for the way forward.

In order to consider all the counsel we received along with consultations with a few legal experts within the community, the EC met on Friday 26th May 2017 and resolved a few matters, charting a way forward for the community.

The EC are convinced that the status of the Electoral Commission at the time of declaration, despite the resignations and appointments made, was legitimate and lawful. Consequently, their declaration of the election results was bona fide and binding. An earlier announced list of ‘unopposed candidates’ and the cancellation of voting on Sunday 21st May 2017 did not constitute a declaration of the results.

Since the Electoral Commission has been constitutionally granted the status of being the ultimate authority in matters of the Elections, their decision is final and there exists no mechanism to appeal or challenge their decision except in a court of law, which we the EC unanimously believe would not be in the best interest of the community.

Since the elections have not taken place, the Constitution requires that the EC continue in office for the forthcoming year. During this time, we promise to look at the shortcomings and deficiencies of the election process as set out in the Constitution and address them to the best of our abilities. We are also cognisant of the busy oncoming months that will see a flurry of enhanced activities in the centre for our spiritual wellbeing during the months of Mahe-Ramadhan, Dhul-Hijjah, Muharram and Safar. Holidays and weddings are also customarily held during the next few summer months.

We thus envisage The KSIMC of London holding elections on Sunday 10th December 2017, giving us time to carry out our responsibilities in ensuring that the shortcomings of the election process are duly overcome and do not recur. It also ensures that we hold the elections when there can be maximum participation by the membership, and candidates are given sufficient time and notice to prepare.

We have gone through turbulent times over the past few weeks or so and we believe that we will emerge more seasoned and stronger to face similar challenges in the event they arise again. The EC will continue to discharge its duties in the face of such difficulties, bearing in mind that our main responsibility is to ensure we have a smooth operation and do not allow ourselves to be distracted by such events.

Most of the EC had planned to step down and allow new blood to rise up to the challenge of steering this community forward. We do not believe they have been denied this opportunity; rather, they have been deferred for perhaps what may be in the best interest of the community. We plan and the Almighty plans and He is the best of all planners.

We are grateful to the whole community for their overwhelming support in allowing us the space and time to study and analyse the current situation, and come up with solutions that were made in the best interest of the community.

We hope you will continue to support us as you have as you have done over the past few years, and pray the Almighty accept all our deeds and actions which have always been aimed at acquiring His pleasure.

With Salaams and Duas,

Mustafa Mohamed (Jaffer)
President of The KSIMC of London
On behalf of all the EC of The KSIMC of London

 
Spouse Registration
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Dear Members

The new Constitution adopted on 26 March 2017 allows spouses of Family and Life members, to vote in Elections and General Meetings. To facilitate this, the Jamaat embarks on an exercise to register such spouses on our database. We request Life members and Family members to fill in this form to register your spouse as soon as possible.

Thank you,

With Salaams and Duas,
Secretariat
The KSIMC of London

 
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