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Asalaamu Alaykum wa Rahmatullah,

 

 

--UCL Isoc & EMCA (The Eritrean Muslim Community Association) Present--

 

 

The UK National Ramadhan Conference 2009

 

Unimagined: A Muslim Boy Greets The West

Preserving Orthodox Islam in a Modern Context?

 

'Coming soon!'

 

Whilst the Muslims of today seek their Islamic identity and embark upon a daunting journey, there unveils a raging battle of the inner soul that many of us find ourselves helplessly crippling underneath; Amidst this stifling and turbulent saga, our young wish to break free from spiritually frustrating social cages (whether Eastern or Western) and earnestly win a seat in a divine freedom of true, sweet and prophetic faith.

 

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Coming soon to UCL Isoc

 

 

Join us for what is sure to be an incredibly insightful and animated discussion

 

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Speakers Confirmed:[using large font size is not allowed]

 

Haitham Al-Haddad [using large font size is not allowed](Riyadh, KSA)

Zahir Mahmoud [using large font size is not allowed](Birmingham, UK)

Abu Suhaib Bassam Alee [using large font size is not allowed](Jordan)

Suhaib Hassan [using large font size is not allowed](London, UK)

Abu Usamah Al-Thahabi [using large font size is not allowed](USA)

Murtaza Khan[using large font size is not allowed] (London, UK)

 

 

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All proceeds go to charity around the Muslim world[using large font size is not allowed]

UCL Isoc, EMCA and Ummah Welfare Trust Charity (100% Donation policy)[using large font size is not allowed]

 

 

Keep an eye out for further upcoming conference details...

 

mail[at]uclisoc(contact admin if its a beneficial link)

 

Jazaakallahu Khairun

 

Wasalaamu'alaykum

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Sunday 6th September 2009

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Tickets: £5 student £10 Employed

 

See you all there inshaAllah!

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DONATE NOW! : on our justgiving page[using large font size is not allowed]

 

UCL Union Islamic Society hopes to revive a prophetic spirit by raising £20,000 for a selected orphanage [using large font size is not allowed]founded in Eastern-Sudan. It homes hundreds of refugee children suffering from the trauma and horrors of war. When you give to these children, you give towards an unprecedented and comprehensive 'Islamic Compound' for them facilitating a purposeful Masjid and school within the same centre.

 

 

 

Most desperately, your help provides them with;

 

1. a vibrant Masjid[using large font size is not allowed] and Islamic Centre in which they will enjoy a flourishing Islamic ambiance, play centres, and receive much needed spiritual tarbiyah

 

2. an extension to this Masjid will be an exclusive

 

3. female's wing[using large font size is not allowed] where fragile young orphan girls will receive counselling, special training and sensitive schooling

 

4. sophisticated sleeping dorms[using large font size is not allowed], (fitted with play centres) suitable for their needs and maintaining their dignity and esteemed station as orphans

 

5. an effective regular school[using large font size is not allowed] for both boys and girls to teach them not only computer literacy, reading, writing amongst other things, but also the critical life skills that will win them their long term independence insha'Allah!

 

 

The Prophet (pbuh) loved the orphans with immense affection. This is an opportunity to invest in your akhirah and help young helpless children to fight their way out of poverty's vicious and biting reality and look after their families.

 

(Project under Ummah Welfare Trust auspices with the support of Ethar Relief)

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