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Thursday, 26 April 2018  
9. Sha'aban 1439


Only 40 lucky youth will be able to join him at the picturesque location of Leicester Scouts Centre on 26th March 2017.

We aim to empower the youth of our community to bring them together to a day of competitions, games and discussions, food and fun with the help of Shk. Nur.

An experience of enlightenment, spirituality and lots and lots of fun for only £25.

Places are limited and are going fast so if interested please contact : Gulam Sumar in the gents or Sabiha Shivji in the ladies.

Register here.

The BAYN Wellbeing Team have released a survey as part of a new initiative to build awareness and capacity for managing mental health issues within the community and to tackle the stigma associated with mental health issues.

Taking part is voluntary, and all answers are anonymous, therefore participants will not be identifiable.

You can find a copy of this survey on the Jamaat Website and Facebook page as well as the BAYN facebook page. For any more information, please contact sisters Sakina Zahra Nazerali or Sakina Rassul in the ladies and brother Mehdi Khaki in the gents.

Click here to take the survey which will only take 5 minutes to complete and your participation is greatly appreciated.

This house believes 'The Khoja mother tongue has no future.' In an effort to promote community spirit, there will be a debate to discuss this taking place:

On: Sunday 26th of February 

Time: Immediately after Maghrib Salaat at 5:50 pm ending with Nyaz.

This is a community event and open to all ages. Because this is a parliamentary style debate, there will be an opportunity to make comments, ask questions and even make suggestions from the crowd. All are encouraged to attend what is set to be a highly opinionated debate that has seen many conversations and discussions in the past within the community.

Anyone interested in participating should give their name to either Kazim Sajan, Ali Fazel or Mehdi Khakhi.

The BAYN team is hosting a unique workshop open to all, on Arabic Calligraphy on Sunday the 29th January. We will be joined by the talented Samiur Rahman from House of Calligraphy who will guide you on your masterclass in calligraphy.

There will be two workshops during the day, one for children and one for adults. The children’s workshop will run from 2pm to 4pm for ages 9 to 15. The adults Workshop will then take place from 4pm to 7.30pm for ages 16 and above. All materials will be provided, this includes the Workbook and special calligraphy pen. The cost of the workshop will be £5 for children and £8 for adults. These costs are heavily subsidised, and limited spaces are available.

For more information, please contact Sisters Fatema Khoja & Sarah Yusufali or Brother Gulam Sumar.

Sign up here

In light of recent Islamophobic attacks across the globe, the BAYN team have partnered with the Al Najiyaat and Masoomin Sports Club to offer a crash course in self-defense. This will consist of a 5 week tailored course in the art of self-defense, taught by a qualified instructor, Zahid Shah. Participants will be shown how to defend against knife and gun attacks, and how to remain alert and vigilant in face of an attack.

The course will be run on 5 consecutive Mondays starting on Monday 23rd January and ending on Monday 20th February. The class for Gents will be held from 7 pm to 8 pm and the ladies class will be from 8 pm to 9 pm. The cost of this unique course is just £20 for the full 5 weeks.

Please contact Brothers Kazim Sajan & Kassim Mawji or Sister Anam Panjwani for more information or to get involved in the BAYN team.

Registration and payment for this course can be done online by signing up here.

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