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Abu Amal

Dua Kumail In Cambridge Or Norwich ?

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Salaam Alaykum,

There are programs in Cambridge. Weekly Dua Kumail sessions, and other programs during Muharram, Laylatul Qadr etc. are held in the University of Cambridge 'Sidgwick Site Prayer Room'. They are attended by a mixture of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University students and also Shias in the community. There is a unified Islamic Society in Cambridge with Shia events held under the sub committee called 'Diversity'. They can be contacted via diversitycom AT isoc.co.uk (replace AT with @) .

Please refer to the following pages for further details:

http://groupspaces.com/isoc/emails/

The Cambridge Islamic Society website should also have a link to diversity: www.isoc.co.uk. If there is no information on these links then please email a committee member of the Cambridge ISoc to ask about these events.

Additionally some members of the Shia community have set up the Ahlulbayt Cambridge Community:

https://www.facebook.com/AhlulBayt-Cambridge-Community-258676684566091/

Hope this helps.

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