Ad: Magnetic Phone Holder

The Injamatt Eid Club has a number of magnetic phone holders for cars and other places. The set consists of one super magnet which can be permanently fixed to your car’s dashboard or windscreen etc. A small metal disk is fixed to the phone and with this, the phone is able to magnetically stick to the magnet. Both parts are connected to their respective positions using the two adhesive labels which come with the set.
When removing the phone from the magnet, make sure that you slide it off rather than pulling as this will protect the adhesive from being strained. Watch the video below to see how to use the set. If you have any questions, please use the form below:

Some of the print designs may differ to the images and video but all objects are the same.

These easy to assemble kits are available for only £1.85

Purchase the Magnetic phone holder online now using your credit/ debit card or Paypal account. We will send the collection code and details to your email address. Once you have made your purchase you can collect your item from the Ash Shifa shop located on St Saviours Road/ East Park Road, Leicester. Full address will be given via email.


Janazah

  1. Janazah salaah for marhoom *Abdul Sattar Ismail* (Fairwell Motors Malawi), will be *Thursday*, 11th January 2018 @ *12:30pm* At
    Saffron Hill Cemetery, Stonesby Ave, Leicester, LE2 6TY.

Ladies gathering will be from *10:00am at *Memon Centre* 7 Abbotsford Rd, LE5 4DA.Leicester.

Janazah

Deceased: Gulam Hussen Ahmed BOBAT
Deceased Address: 84 Braybrooke Rd,
Leics, LE4 QBN

Funeral Date: 10.01.2018

Funeral Prayer Time: 10.30am

Cemetery: Saffron Hill Cemetery, Leics, LE2
6TY

Arranged by: MBCOL

Janazah

‎*إِنَّا لِلَّهِ وَإِنَّا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعُونَ**Molana Ibrahim Dadhiwala* of Ashbourne Street has passed away

اللَّهُـمَّ اغْفِـرْ لَهُ ، وَارْحَمْـهُ
Oh Allah forgive him and have mercy on him

Funeral details will follow inshaAllah

Martial Arts – Jujitsu

Darul Arqam now offers self-defense classes for _*Fathers and Sons*_

Starts: Sun 14th Jan 2018

@ Darul Arqam, 16 Thurmaston Ln, LE5 0TE

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said : ‘The strong believer is better than the weak. However, in both there is goodness’. The strength of a believer is in both strength of belief and body.

Combat and wrestling was an integral part of the Hijaz during the Prophetic Era and one in which the Prophet himself participated in a wrestle with Rukanah to incite him to embrace Islam.

Come and learn the art of wrestling and other martial arts to fulfil the advice of the aforementioned hadith. The qualified instructor will take us through the various exercises and it is open to fathers and sons.

Join us for a free trial!

_Sundays : 9.00 – 10.00am_

Tutor: Coach Ibrahim

For more info and to apply online click here:

Janazah

  1. Janazah salaah for marhoom *Amin Sakur Malida* son of Iqbal Sakur Malida Dundee & brother of Mohammed Zahir Malida (Premier Tyres), will be

    *TODAY Monday 8th January 2018 @ 2.45pm*

Sorry ladies gathering will be from 12.30 at Memon centre

At Saffron Hill Cemetery Stonesby Avenue Leicester LE2 6TY

Fiqh of Worship

  • Starting this Wednesday 10th Jan 2018

@ Darul Arqam, 16 Thurmaston Ln, LE5 0TE

This course will cover a basic introduction to the most important aspects of our worship relying on some of the most authoritative compendiums of the Hanafi school. The course will also attempt to cover some of the technical aspects of the basis of the school, it’s inception and it’s growth.
Course notes will be provided.

Wednesdays : 8.00 – 9.30pm

12 week course – For Brothers & Sisters, segregated facilities

For more info and to apply online click here:

Janazah

Zohra Khatri of 7 Bracken Close, Leicester LE5 4JY. Mother of Yasmin Hassam Viljiwahddah (formerly lived at 25 Garendon St, Leics) will take place Thursday 4th January.
LADIES gathering 11am onwards at Conduit St Mosque.
Janazah Salah Insha Allah will be after Zuhr Salah at Conduit St Mosque.
Burial at 2.15pm at Saffron Hill Cemetery,Stonesby Ave,
Leicester, LE2 6TY
For further info call Yasmin Tel: 07809448539

MKA Funeral Annoucement

The female nurse I asked for came with stubble

A woman who asked to be seen by a female nurse when she went for a smear test was ’embarrassed’ when she was allocated a person with ‘stubble and a beard’.
Upon being called in for the procedure, the patient said she was ‘distressed’ to discover that the nurse was biologically male.
When she pointed out the mistake, the nurse responded that their gender was not male and that they were transsexual.
In the end, the patient decided not to go ahead with the intimate procedure and complained to the NHS.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5224421/NHS-apologises-woman-allocated-transsexual-nurse.html#ixzz52rcBI3wd
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Janazah

*FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT*
Janazah salaah for marhooma *Saira Abdur Rehman* of 2 Maynard Road, Leicester will be

*TOMORROW Saturday 30th December 2017* @ 12pm

At Saffron Hill Cemetery Stonesby Avenue Leicester LE2 6TY

Sisters will be gathering together from 9:30am onwards at Central Mosque, Conduit Street,Leicester LE2 0JN.

Janazah

‎إِنَّا لِلَّهِ وَإِنَّا إِلَيْهِ* رَاجِعُون*
*Saira Mahomed of 2 Maynard Road* has passed away

اللَّهُـمَّ اغْفِـرْ لَهَا ، وَارْحَمْهَا
Oh Allah forgive her and have mercy on her.

Funeral details will follow inshaAllah

Janazah

Deceased: Jarina Yusuf ABDULKARIM
Deceased Address: 67 Bakewell St, Leics, LE2 OFF
Funeral Date: 27.12.2017
Funeral Prayer Time: 1.30pm
Cemetery: Saffron Hill Cemetery, Leics, LE2 6TY

Arranged by: Jame Masjid Welfare Trust

Janazah

Janazah Notification
Deceased: Nasim Juma Rahim
Deceased Address: 22 St Peter’s Rd, Leics, LE2 1DA
Funeral Date: 26.12.2017
Funeral Prayer Time: 11am

Cemetery: Saffron Hill Cemetery, Leics, LE26TY

Arranged by: Islamic Centre

Are you a mum with a pre-crawling baby?

Why not join our Baby Massage Classes for a course of 5 weeks.
_Starts Thur 4th Jan 2018_
Thurs from 11.30am – 12.30pm
Hurry and reserve your place now!
*Suitable for babies, 6 weeks to pre-crawling
To book your place, click here:
http://datrust.org/index.php?option=com_seminarman&view=courses&cid=2:Short%20Courses&id=112:baby-massage&Itemid=112

Developing Leadership Muslim Community: Scholarship

AGM Randeree Scholarship

I attach details of a scholarship funded by the Randeree family for the study of an MPhil at the University of Cambridge. This is an extremely valuable opportunity for Muslims who are actively serving their communities and see themselves as potential bridge-builders and leaders. I would be grateful if you would share the details below and attached with your families, friends and across your networks.
Please note that the deadline for applications is 4 January 2018.

AGM Randeree Scholarship 2018 (pdf)

TELL THE GOVERNMENT: EDUCATION NOT INDOCTRINATION

This afternoon the Government announced the first stage of a public consultation which will help formulate its proposals for Relationships Education in primary schools, and Sex and Relationships Education in secondary schools in England.

All parents, teachers, and children now have the opportunity to tell the Department for Education to stop the sexualisation of our children.

The Coalition for Marriage has been campaigning vigorously against the Government’s intention to teach five-year-olds about homosexual relationships and transgenderism.

This morning we featured in coverage by the BBC, The Times, The Sun, The Daily Mail and The Telegraph. We have also spoken out on national broadcast media, including ITV News.

Now, we need your help. The sections below explain why and how.

What is the consultation about?
The consultation covers the content of the Relationships Education at primary school age, and Relationships and Sex Education in secondary schools.

It is the first part of a two-stage consultation process. Submissions will help inform proposed guidance to be issued in 2018, which will then be subject to a further consultation exercise.

We view it as a positive that the Government is consulting at this early stage as it indicates a willingness to listen to parents and others.

At present, the Government’s proposals include compulsory lessons for children between five and eleven covering homosexual relationships, including same-sex marriage, and transgenderism.

This is too much, too young. It would sexualise our children before they hit puberty. The consultation is an opportunity for all parents to ask the Government for education, not indoctrination.

In secondary school we would also like to see the Government recognise that marriage is a gold-standard for adult relationships, rather than just one option amongst many.

How do I respond?
The consultation takes the form of seven questions aimed at those with knowledge or experience of English schools. It is available here and open until February 12th. Responses are limited to 250 words per question.

We will write to all of our supporters early in the New Year with a detailed breakdown of the Government’s consultation questions and what they mean for traditional marriage supporters.

Once we have sent this information, please encourage all parents to respond. We have worked with a very broad coalition on this issue. If we speak in large numbers the Government will listen.

Yours sincerely,
Thomas Pascoe
Campaign Director
Coalition for Marriage (C4M)
…………

*Changes to the teaching of Sex & Relationship Education and PSHE*
https://consult.education.gov.uk/life-skills/pshe-rse-call-for-evidence/consultation/intro/

👆 *Please sacrifice a little of your time to fill in this questionnaire for the greater benefit of the future of our children’s education.*

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Council plays politics with Leicester Muslims

‎السلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته
BELPER EDUCATION CENTRE

As you aware we have submitted a planning application in respect of the property situated at 86 Belper Street, Leicester. The proposal is for a change of use from workshop/offices to a nursery and education centre (madressah) with a small prayer room.

The application is due to be heard by the Planning and Development Control Committee (“the Committee”) on Wednesday 13 December 2017 at 17:30. It has become an incredibly controversial application with thousands of objections being sent in to officials. The Leicester City Council (“the Council”) has received 1435 objections and two petitions in objection with 3569 signatures. Keith Vaz MP has also objected to the proposal. The number of representations in support of the application total 350.

The Council has prepared a report for the Committee and recommends that the application be refused. It notes that the objections relate to: “noise and disturbance from on-street activity early in the morning and late at night, on street parking problems, traffic congestion, residential amenity and community cohesion”. It goes on to state that the: “main issues are the impact on residential amenity, traffic and parking, noise and general disturbance”.

The Council’s recommendation notes that the concerns regarding community cohesion or other issues relating to religion are not material planning considerations and will therefore not be taken into account. Furthermore, it considers that conditions can be implemented to address concerns relating traffic and parking.

However, the Council is concerned about the potential impacts in terms of noise and disturbance upon the amenity of nearby residential occupiers.

The hours for the proposed use for the nursery and education centre with prayer hall would be 0730-2300 hours daily. We requested 30 minutes before sunrise for the months from February to November every year for the observance of prayer. The Council considers that these proposed hours of use, with activity and people coming and going from the premises early in the morning and late in the evening would have significant detrimental impact on the residential amenity of neighbours in terms of noise and disturbance. At first glance, this appears to be a valid concern. Accordingly, we emailed the Council to propose reduced hours of use to minimise the impact on our neighbours. However, we were informed that this would make no difference whatsoever to the recommendation to the Committee. This was incredibly shocking to hear and has made us question the reasoning behind the recommendation. We are concerned that the overwhelming number of objections received in opposition to the application played a huge part in recommending refusal. Most of these objections were based on the fact that the application in respect of a centre for Muslims in an area that is predominantly Hindu. Whilst the recommendation asserts that matters relating to religion have been ignored, we feel that this is simply disingenuous.

The Council agreed in principle to recommend approval before the objections were received. It has obviously changed its stance and we believe that this may have something to do with the Islamophobic sentiment that has been expressed in the objections. In any event, we feel that the Council’s unwillingness to reconsider the recommendation in light of the amended hours of use is indicative of their unreasonable and rigid attitude towards this application.

We strongly feel that this decision and position is politically charged and discriminatory. This type of bias needs to be addressed as it will adversely affect the future treatment of planning applications.

WE WOULD LIKE THE MUSLIM COMMUNITY TO DO THE FOLLOWING:
a) email their support to our application using their own words or using the above; and
b) request a fair and impartial determination to the people listed below:

Peter.soulsby@leicester.gov.uk
Andy.keeling@leicester.gov.uk
Chief officer

Andrewl.smith@leicester.gov.uk
Director of Planning

Grant.Butterworth@leicester.gov.uk
Head of planning

Jonathan Ashworth mp
Jon.ashworth.mp@parliament.uk

Police.commissioner@leics.pcc.pnn.gov.uk
Simon.cole@leicestershire.pnn.police.uk
Chief commissioner

Secondly, we would appreciate it if you would attend the meeting on Wednesday 13 December 2017 at the City Hall to show your support.
Time: 5:30pm
Address: City Hall, 115 Charles street, LE1 1FZ

Lastly (and most importantly) we humbly request that you remember us in your duas and in particular request that Allah Ta’ala makes the application and the proposed centre a success.

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