Fatimiya 2018/1439 at Islamic Centre of England
3 nights of Majlis held with lectures by Sheikh Rizwan Arastu, the respected and author of God's Emissaries: Adam to Jesus.
Quran Recitation by Sayed Jalal Masoomi and Noha/Museeba by Sayed Zaigham Ali Shan...
Peace be upon you O Lady Fatima, O the Oppressed one
Peace be upon you and your father, the mercy to mankind, Prophet Mohammed (sawa)
Visit My Mosque Open Day 2018
On Sunday 18th February 2018, the Islamic Centre of England opened its doors to neighbours and visitors on Visit My Mosque open day.
The Islamic Centre of England is a Shi'a Islamic, religious and cultural centre whose mission is to provide services to members of the Muslim community and the wider community at large, focusing on spiritual guidance, inter-faith dialogue and Islamic education. It is one of the very few religious and community centr...es which is open for 365 days a year and delivers programmes in Arabic, Persian, Urdu in addition to English.
Volunteers from the community and in particular from SOAS Ahlulbayt Society and Middlesex Ahlulbayt Society played an important role in planning and running the programme of this open day.
The Islamic Centre of England welcomed the award-winning artist Siddiqa Juma and exhibited 10 of her original Islamic Art pieces. Siddiqa Juma - Islamic Art
The Islamic Centre of England also invited the following organisations to showcase the significant contributions of Muslim organisations in Britain: Imam Hussain Blood Donation Campaign, ARISE - London, Asian Middle Eastern Blood Cancer Trust and Who is Hussain?.
The day included a Try a Hijab activity, Calligraphy by young Muslim Calligraphist Miss Batul Al Bakaa, Q&A with Sheikh Bahmanpour and Sheikh Haneef, 2 of our resident scholars, and a guided tour with an overview of the history of the centre’s beautiful building which was designed and constructed in 1913, almost 100 years ago.
Finally the guests were able to enjoy authentic healthy food which included dates filled pastries, fruits and light snacks.
The Islamic Centre of England welcomes visits from local and international universities, London schools and faith groups on a regular basis and it has been and will always be most welcoming of visitors and worshippers.
Registration for ATAward 2018 is open now!
Following three successive years, we proudly announce the opening of the Allamah Tabataba'i Award (A.T.Award) 2018, an initiate to acknowledge hard working GCSE... and A2 students.
An award that acknowledges the work of students with cash prizes (over £1000), subsidised trips, certificates and mentoring scheme.
GCSE students with the minimum grades of 3As & 2Bs will receive all the above excluding the cash prize, and 3 GCSE students with highest number of A*s and As will receive the cash prize and the prestigious A. T. Award.
Any A-level student with the minimum grades of ABB will receive all the above excluding the cash prize, and 3 A-level students with highest number of A*s and As will receive the cash prize and the prestigious A. T. Award.
Register by 1st of August at www.ataward.co.uk
A.T.Award provides students with inspirational leadership, guidance and support to improve their own future prospects as well as their communities.
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On the 39th Anniversary of the Islamic revolution, the Islamic Centre of England held an academic conference titled:
Jerusalem: History, Theology and International Law
Fatimiya Programme starts on Monday 19th Feb 2018 @ 7pm
Brothers and sisters are welcome
Programme will be in English
Special Kids class will also run at the same time for boys and girls 5-12 yrs old