English Lecture by Shaikh Mirza Abbas Presented by Mission313
7.40 PM - 9:00 PM
Ladies Farsi Majlis from 12PM to 4PM
Ladies Urdu Majlis from 6:30PM by Sister Bina Hassan
Urdu Majlis from 7:30PM by Maulana Hasan Maroofi
Recommended Duas and Supplications for this month
Father: Prophet Mohammed (PBUH)
Mother: Khadijatul Kubra (AS)
Kunniyat (Patronymic): Umm-ul-Aimma / Umm-e-Abiha
Birth: In Makkah Friday 20th of Jamadi-ul-Akhar the fifth year of Besat
Death: 13th Jamadi-ul-Awwal or 3rd Jamadi-ul-Akhir 11 AH in Medina at the young age of 18 years.
Sayyida Fatima Zahra (AS)
Lady Fatima az-Zahra is a female created by Allah to be a sign of His magnanimity, and incomprehensible might. For example, the Almighty Lord created Muhammad (S) as a sign of His might among prophets, and created from Prophet Muhammad (S) a daughter, Fatima az-Zahra (sa), to be a sign of Allah’s ability to create a female possessing all moral excellence, and talents. In fact, Allah Almighty bestowed Fatima with a vast share of loftiness, and a high calibre of grandeur, which no other woman can possibly proclaim to have attained. She is one of the prominent people close to Allah, whose greatness was acknowledged by Heaven before the creation of mankind; and in whose regard verses from the Holy Qur’an, that are, and will be, read day and night until the Day of Resurrection arrives.
The one whose martyrdom, grief, pain, sorrows and children's captivity were all only for God will never fade out of the memories. Instead, by the pace of time and age his love, fascination, and charm will grow in the hearts of people. And each year the love and fascination of the people with respect to that "pure and chaste revolutionary" increases. Imaam Hussain (A.S.) spent 57 years of his prolific life for the sake of God's love and God's search. Many times he traveled, to the God's house for pilgrimage, on foot. He was very fond of prayers confessions and supplication talking intimately. So far so, that on the last night of his life, he asked for respite only that he might sit all alone and make confessions and supplications, to his God.
Volunteers have a powerful influence on the success of our programmes. Put simply, The Hussaini Islamic Mission could not achieve the results it does without the work and support of its volunteers.
We are looking for volunteer from every walk and stream of life as we have variety of roles and opportunities from lending a hand at various HIM events to offering your professional expertise, we've got a role for you.
The Imam Hussain Blood Donation Campaign started in 2006 and is the first campaign within the UK which aims to increase the number of regular blood donors from Muslim communities.
The campaign runs throughout the month of Muharram of the Islamic calendar annually and blood donation sessions happen in centres across the UK.
At the same time, the campaign seeks to increase awareness about Hussain, grandson of Prophet Muhammed (peace be upon them), and the tragedies he faced in Karbala when martyred for standing up against oppression and tyranny, and for justice and equality. Millions of people worldwide are inspired by his role model, kindness and example of sacrifice and give blood as a way to help others in need and live up to these high values.
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MISSION 313 Presents
An English Lecture by Sheikh Mirza Abbas on (Saturday 21st of Mar) at 7.40PM.
7:40PM - Qur'an
7:50PM - Marsiya
8:00PM - English Lecture by Sheikh Mirza Abbas
9:00PM - Latimiyya
The new management is committed on a drive to increase the membership of the mission. Read more...
Imaam Bargah Hussaini Islamic Mission opens every Thursday for Aamal at 7:30pm. Program: Maghrib and Isha prayers, Recitation of Sura Yaseen, Dua-e-Kumail, Ziarat Waritha and general Q/A session with Molana Maroofi.
As you know that we are trying to purchase a bigger building, and the cost of day-to-day running of the Mission has increased substantially, so please donate generously to keep the Mission afloat and to carry out further projects.
Friday Sermon will commence at 12:15 and Friday Prayer at 12:55.