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'Love for the Beloved - an evening of poetry and food...'

Friday 2nd March 2012

17:30 until 21:00

Lecture Theatre G2, SOAS Main Building, Thornhaugh Street

SOAS Ahlul-Bayt Islamic Society cordially invite you to celebrate and commemorate..

'Love for the Beloved - an evening of poetry and food.'

Come and join us on Friday the 2nd March at SOAS university for an evening of multi-lingual poetry including beautiful recitals in the Farsi, English, Urdu, and Arabic languages by prominent recitors such as Ali Fadhil, Behnam Ali Molai, Mohammedabbas Karim, Suhail Valji and more! This will be followed by a delicious 3 course meal, all in commemoration of RasulAllah Muhammad al Mostafa (saww) who holds a special place in all of our hearts.

Keeping in line with SOAS ABSoc tradition we promise you an amazing evening to remember, all in expression of our 'Love for the Beloved...'

Schedule:

5.30 - Reception

6.00 - Qur'an

6.15 - Talk

6.30 - Poetry

8.00 - Dinner & Desert

Simply Reserve&Collect your ticket for ONLY £5 via paypal payment to soasahlulbayt@gmail.com and collect the ticket at the door on the day of the event. For those of you who are not familiar with paypal, here are the paypal payment instructions:

1) Login to your paypal and go onto the "My Account" page

2) Click on "Send Money"

3) Address the payment To: soasahlulbayt@gmail.com

4) Amount: 5 GBP - British Pounds

5) Click on "Personal" and select "Gift"

6) Click "Continue"

7) Put "Ticket Payment" as the Subject and your name, address, telephone number and university in the Message box.

8) Click on "Send Money"

9) Turn up on the day and collect your ticket at the door

Alternatively, you may buy a ticket from any of the SOAS ABSoc team - keep tuned to the facebook page to find out where we are and when!

Remember, you can buy more than one ticket at a time - a SOAS Milad Ticket would make a great gift to your friends, family and beloved!

THERE IS LIMITED SPACE SO PLEASE BOOK NOW

http://www.facebook....09613155804434/

Salaams,

Is the event segregated?

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Salaams,

Is the event segregated?

Haven't got a clue mate, I am just pasting from Facebook.

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Assalaam aleykom

a good thread, thank you folk for updating us..efforts appreciated

Salaam

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Anybody know any weekly majalis that run in west London?

There probably are some, but having seen your taste, they might be a little deviant for you, just keep an eye on this website, I used to go there sometimes, never heard any ghulu, so you would probably think its ok, not a majlis though, more in the form of a lecture, though it isn't on a weekly basis.

http://www.ic-el.com/en/

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Biochemistry Lecture Theatre, UCL Darwin Building, Malet Place, WC1E 7JG

From the Organisers of "Islam and Sex"

UCLU Ahlul-Bayt Islamic Society proudly presents:

"The Art of Spouse Selection"

What does Islam say about early marriage? How do you know if you are ready? Is the culturally acceptable way to find a potential spouse always the right way? What about arranged marriage? How do you find your perfect match? What should you look for in your future spouse? When should you accept or reject a proposal? What can we learn from the examples of the marriage of the Prophet (SAWW) and Lady Khadija (as) and the marriage of Imam Ali (as) and Lady Fatima (as)?

Find out about these questions, and ask your own questions in an honest and open discussion with Sheikh Mohammad Al-Hilli, leading Islamic lecturer, and Brother Abbas Merali, community expert in issues of marriage and spouse selection, serial match-maker and co-author of "From Marriage to Parenthood: The Heavenly Path".

Lecturers: Sheikh Mohammad Al-Hilli and Brother Abbas Merali

Date: Monday 5th March 2012, 6pm

Location: Biochemistry Lecture Theatre, UCL Darwin Building, Malet Place, WC1E 7JG

Dinner will be Served

FB link:

https://www.facebook.com/events/329197550450869/

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(salam)

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Event Details

BaniHashem Foundation Proudly Present

Series of lectures

The Government of Imam Mahdi (A.S)

By Seyed Ali Abbas Razawi

(Session 2)

Saturday 10 March 2012 At 18:30

Venue:

Islamic Centre of England

140 Maida Vale, W9 1QB

Contact:

Tel: 07403135416

Info@banihashem.co.uk

www.banihashem.co.uk

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Stanmore Jaffery's presents a series of 4 lectures by Dr. Sayed Ammar Nakshawani.

Sayed Ammar joins us again to continue his series on the "Companions of the Ahlulbayt (as)" starting Friday 9th March.

So far in the series, we have heard accounts on the lives of Salman al

-Farsi, Abu Tharr al-Ghafari, Ammar e Yasir, Miqdad al-Aswad, Meythem al-Tammar, Jabir al-Ansari, Mukhtar al-Thaqafi, Malik al-Ashtar. The next 4 lectures promise to be just as inspiring Inshallah.

The events start at 8:45pm on all Fridays with Quran, lecture and end with Ziyarat. Please see below for full schedule.

Bio data:

Sayed Ammar was born in 1981, he graduated from the University College London in Psychology and Law in 2003.

He studied Political change in Modern Britain at the LSE and then was awarded with an MA in Islamic Studies from the Shahid Beheshti University in Iran.

Sayed Dr Ammar has successfully compled his PhD at the University of Exeter titled “Authority and Leadership in Early Islam: A Historigraphical Study of the Caliphate of Mu'awiya b. Abi Sufyan” under the supervision of Dr.Sajjad Rizvi, Prof Robert Gleave and Prof Clifford Edmund Bosworth. He has lectured at the University in Classical Islamic History and was recently pursuing his higher studies at the Islamic Seminary in Damascus, Syria.

Dates:

Fridays 09-30 March (4 Fridays)

Timetable:

8:45pm - Quran

8:50pm - Lecture

9:50pm - Ziyarat

http://www.facebook.com/events/218913124872511/

(wasalam)

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SJ Friday talks with Sayed Ammar

Fridays 09-30 March (4 Fridays)

Husaini Islamic Centre, Wood Lane, Stanmore, HA7 4LQ

Stanmore Jaffery's presents a series of 4 lectures by Dr. Sayed Ammar Nakshawani.

Sayed Ammar joins us again to continue his series on the "Companions of the Ahlulbayt (as)" starting Friday 9th March.

So far in the series, we have heard accounts on the lives of Salman al-Farsi, Abu Tharr al-Ghafari, Ammar e Yasir, Miqdad al-Aswad, Meythem al-Tammar, Jabir al-Ansari, Mukhtar al-Thaqafi, Malik al-Ashtar.

The next 4 lectures promise to be just as inspiring Inshallah.

The events start at 8:45pm on all Fridays with Quran, lecture and end with Ziyarat. Please see below for full schedule.

Timetable:

8:45pm - Quran

8:50pm - Lecture

9:50pm - Ziyarat

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SJ Friday talks with Sayed Ammar

Fridays 09-30 March (4 Fridays)

Husaini Islamic Centre, Wood Lane, Stanmore, HA7 4LQ

Stanmore Jaffery's presents a series of 4 lectures by Dr. Sayed Ammar Nakshawani.

Sayed Ammar joins us again to continue his series on the "Companions of the Ahlulbayt (as)" starting Friday 9th March.

So far in the series, we have heard accounts on the lives of Salman al-Farsi, Abu Tharr al-Ghafari, Ammar e Yasir, Miqdad al-Aswad, Meythem al-Tammar, Jabir al-Ansari, Mukhtar al-Thaqafi, Malik al-Ashtar.

The next 4 lectures promise to be just as inspiring Inshallah.

The events start at 8:45pm on all Fridays with Quran, lecture and end with Ziyarat. Please see below for full schedule.

Timetable:

8:45pm - Quran

8:50pm - Lecture

9:50pm - Ziyarat

Assalaam aleykom

I have noticed that programmes here in London are quite late..how are we (with no car, family) supposed to attend when we finish at 10pm??

is there any transport thingy?? any help?

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Assalaam aleykom

I have noticed that programmes here in London are quite late..how are we (with no car, family) supposed to attend when we finish at 10pm??

is there any transport thingy?? any help?

(bismillah)

(salam)

There is public transport. Buses/Trains.

You could always book a minicab if you are too worried about going outside on your own that late, but that might be a bit pricey.

(wasalam)

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(bismillah)

(salam)

There is public transport. Buses/Trains.

You could always book a minicab if you are too worried about going outside on your own that late, but that might be a bit pricey.

(wasalam)

yap definitely too pricey...

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Assalaam aleykom

I got this today, insha'Allah some of you would make it tomorrow noon at Knightsbridge

The First protest to prevent the Formula One Race taking place in Bahrain.

Therefore, it is essential for all bahrainis living in London, and people concerned with human rights to attend the protest as part of a campaign to boycott the Formula One race in the wounded land of Bahrain.

We urge you to invite all your firends and family to attend, and where it is not possible, then please send this message to all those you know in the UK to support the people and the revolution of Bahrain.

Date: 8 March 2012

Time: 12.00 - 14.00

Place: Formula One Management

6 Prince's Gate

London

SW7 1QJ

Nearest station: Knightsbridge

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Inter-AbSoc Dua Al-Nudbah and Breakfast

London Ahlul-Bayt Islamic Societies (AbSocs) are coming together to host the first Inter-AbSoc Dua Al-Nudbah!

Brighten up your Friday morning by joining us in renewing our allegiance all together with the Imam of our time, al Hujja (atf), with the recitation of Dua Al-Ahd and Dua Al-Nudbah.

All are welcome.

BREAKFAST WILL BE SERVED!

When: Friday 23rd of March 2012

Time: 8am

Where: Room G3, SOAS Main Building, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London, WC1H 0XG

Nearest Stations: Russel Square, or a short walk from Euston and Euston Square Stations

Facebook Event: http://www.facebook.com/events/229884913777201/

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FRIDAY NIGHTS: Thought Forum

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“Give good tidings to those who hear the word and follow the best of it ... those are the people who possess intellect.” Holy Qur’an [The Masses - 39:18].

“Contemplating for an hour is better than the worship of one year.” Imam Ali Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã.

This famous saying of Imam Ali (a) puts a high premium on contemplation and intellectual engagement. However this is not to be understood as a replacement for acts of worship but rather to complement them. Undoubtedly any action that we perform with full intellectual cognition is better that one performed as a routine. However, just like any other activity, intellectual engagement requires training.

The ''Friday Nights: Thought Forum” is a new initiative by the Islamic Centre of England which aims to provide a forum for people to converse, in a friendly and mutually respectful environment, on subjects that can stimulate our thinking processes and engage us at an intellectual level. The repetition of the word “intellectual”, as pretentious as it may sound, should not discourage anyone from attending since we believe that we have all been endowed with intellectual potential and we can all develop it.

The gathering, which is open to all, will start with the first series of discussions on ''Spiritual Intellect'' introduced by Sheikh M. S. Bahmanpour.

Venue: Islamic Centre of England

Date: Fridays 19:30 to 21:00

Starting Friday March 30th 2012

ALL WELCOME

Muslim (Shia/Sunni), non-Muslim

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FRIDAY NIGHTS: Thought Forum

Thought-Forum-web-banner.jpgTHOUGHT FORUM:

“Give good tidings to those who hear the word and follow the best of it ... those are the people who possess intellect.” Holy Qur’an [The Masses - 39:18].

“Contemplating for an hour is better than the worship of one year.” Imam Ali عليه السلام.

This famous saying of Imam Ali (a) puts a high premium on contemplation and intellectual engagement. However this is not to be understood as a replacement for acts of worship but rather to complement them. Undoubtedly any action that we perform with full intellectual cognition is better that one performed as a routine. However, just like any other activity, intellectual engagement requires training.

The ''Friday Nights: Thought Forum” is a new initiative by the Islamic Centre of England which aims to provide a forum for people to converse, in a friendly and mutually respectful environment, on subjects that can stimulate our thinking processes and engage us at an intellectual level. The repetition of the word “intellectual”, as pretentious as it may sound, should not discourage anyone from attending since we believe that we have all been endowed with intellectual potential and we can all develop it.

The gathering, which is open to all, will start with the first series of discussions on ''Spiritual Intellect'' introduced by Sheikh M. S. Bahmanpour.

Venue: Islamic Centre of England

Date: Fridays 19:30 to 21:00

Starting Friday March 30th 2012

ALL WELCOME

Muslim (Shia/Sunni), non-Muslim

Are you gonna go? (I know you don't live in London but still)

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Is the Thought Forum going to be recorded? I'd love to be able to watch it later.

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Asalamu Alaykum

The Brunel Ahlulbayt Society would like to warmly invite you to an inspiring pre-exam lecture on life and the final destination by Sheik Ayoub Rashid, followed by a Question & Answer Session.

It will be complemented with the supplication of Kumail read

by Mulla Ali Fadhil and brought to a close with beautiful poetry by Brother Nouri Sardar.

Details on the event are below:

Date: Thursday 29th March 2012

Time: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Venue: Brunel University, Lecture Centre, Room LC 062.

Programme:

5:15 - 5:30: Quran

5:30 - 6:00: Dua Kumail read by Mulla Ali Fadhil

6:00 - 7:00: Lecture by Sheikh Ayoub

7:00 - 7:15: Q & A

7:15 - 7:30: Poetry by Brother Nouri Sardar

Prayer facilities will be made available and refreshments will be served InshaAllah.

The closest station to the university is Uxbridge (Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines). From the station, the bus U3 will take you to the campus directly.

We look forward to seeing you all there InshAllah, joining us for our final event of the year!

With Duas,

Brunel AhlulBayt Society

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  • Thursday, 29 March 2012
  • 17:00 until 20:00
  • Brunel University, LC062

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75 Days

Stanmore Jaffery's Presents : A visual narration of the 75 days from the death of the Prophet (saw) to the death of Bibi Fatima

(as)

All ladies are invited to partake in mourning the death of this blessed personality

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  • Friday, 20 April 2012
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Are you gonna go? (I know you don't live in London but still)

I would love to, but it clashes with our own Luton programmes.. :(

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Salaamun Alaikum,

๑۩۞۩๑ ═════════════════════════ ๑۩۞۩๑

“Fatima is part of me, whoever disappoints her, disappoints me”

The Holy Prophet (saww)

๑۩۞۩๑ ═════════════════════════ ๑۩۞۩๑

We wish to cordially invite you, to join us for five nights

During which your hearts and souls shall be taken on a journey of remembrance, a journey of pain and sorrow, a journey of love and a journey of revival of allegiance and steadfastness, to

Sayidat Nisaa' il Aalameen, Leader of the Women of the Worlds,

Bath'atun min il Rasool, A Part of the Holy Prophet

Sayeda Fatima Al-Zahraa (as), Daughter of the Holy Prophet.

๑۩۞۩๑ ═════════════════════════ ๑۩۞۩๑

Our esteemed guests during these nights will be

Lecture by: Sayed Hossein Al-Qazwini

Euglogy by: Hajj Mulla Bassim Al-Daraji

Poetry by: Poet Nouri Sardar

The evenings’ events shall start with

7:00 pm - Quranic Recitation

7:15 pm - Poetry

7:30 pm - Youth Speaker

8:00 pm - Lecture

9:00 pm - Eulogy

Please ensure to arrive on time as the program will start promptly at 7:00pm.

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4 April at 19:00

until

8 April at 22:00

Muhammadi Trust

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Upcoming Course: Wilayat Al-Faqih

The AhlulBayt Islamic Mission (AIM) is proud to present its Islamic courses in aid of furthering Islamic education. We recognise that the majority of people have full-time commitments and on this basis have built structured Islamic courses for the seekers of Islamic knowledge.

Our Islamic courses are structured into 8 hour courses, each hour dedicated to covering a specific aspect of the chosen subject. Our environment allows for close contact with the instructor of the course in order for you to benefit by asking the various questions and receiving assistance in your Islamic development.

Next Course:

Wilayat Al-Faqih

Instructor:

Sheikh Hamza Sodagar

Class times:

Monday 4th June 2012

Tuesday 5th June 2012

Wednesday 6th June 2012

Thursday 7th June 2012

6.45pm-9pm

Venue:

1st Floor, Islamic Centre of England, 140 Maida Vale, London, W9 1QB

Course fee:

£40 per person

Looks great, I'm there

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(salam)

Here are some events by AIM Islam that are going to be over the next couple of months

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(wasalam)

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(bismillah)

(salam)

SD

Are they all in English, or are some held in other languages? The Imam Musā Kāẓim lecture looks really appetising - the prisons of Baghdad - and the other intriguing one is Urban Islam.

Lucky are those who dwell in the capital!

(wasalam)

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(bismillah)

(salam)

SD

Are they all in English, or are some held in other languages? The Imam Musā Kāẓim lecture looks really appetising - the prisons of Baghdad - and the other intriguing one is Urban Islam.

Lucky are those who dwell in the capital!

(wasalam)

(wasalam)

It is indeed all in English.

Perhaps this capital can welcome an honourable guest like you!

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