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Thursday, 18 July 2019  
14. Dhul Qadah 1440

KSIMC Birmingham

Hilal Advisory Statement - Ramadhan 1439 AH

The rationale for the crescent of Shawwal 1439AH has been forwarded to His Eminence, Ayatullah Sistani (May Allah protect him). Guidance received will inshallah be published on Thursday 14 June 2018 after Maghrib.

Expect 1 Shawwal on Saturday 16 June 2018

Secretariat (14/06/2018)


23rd May 2017

Re: Statement from the KSIMC of Birmingham (Clifton Road Mosque) regarding terror attack in Manchester 

We are shocked and saddened by the incident in Manchester yesterday. We stand together in mourning with the rest of the country for the lives lost and in solidarity with all those affected. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims. We are also deeply grateful to the emergency services who handled this incident with efficiency and bravery.

Notes to editors:
The KSIMC of Birmingham (Clifton Road Mosque) is an Islamic Community Centre based in Balsall Heath, Birmingham

With Salaams and Du'as

Gulam Raza Datoo

Tuesday 28th February: Ayyam al-Fatimiyya Majlis

Program commencing at 8 pm with Marsiyya followed by Majlis by Shaykh Nuru Mohammed, Matam & ending with Ziyarat.

Wednesday 1st March: Ayyam-e- Fatimiyya Majlis – Wafat Sayyida Fatimah (sa) 7 pm: Nyaz

8 pm: Marsiyya followed by Majlis by Shaykh Nuru Mohammed, Urdu Masa’ib by Shaykh Mohammed Rashid, Matam & ending with Ziyarat.

Thursday 2nd March: Ayyam-e- Fatimiyya Majlis

Program commencing at 8 pm with Surah Yasin followed by Du'a Kumayl, Majlis by Shaykh Nuru Mohammed, Matam & ending with Ziyarat Waritha.

Dear Members,

Salaamun Alaikum

InshaAllah, I pray that you are all well.

It has been over eight months since we have taken office and Alhamdulillah with your support we are making progress on the pledges I have made. So far I have been providing updates during various speeches and thought you would find it useful if this time round I provide an update via email.

Our Community has been very busy with various activities and I will not be able to cover them all within this email. InshaAllah you should find a more detailed summary in the AGM report. This email focuses on some key updates.

Resident Alim

As you are aware, Shaykh Nuru Muhammad arrived in Birmingham in December 2016 as our new Resident Alim.

I would like to thank all those who have helped us and Shaykh in anyway to ensure he and his family settle well into Birmingham. Moving with one’s family into a completely new environment is not easy, hopefully, we can all continue to provide our support so that inshaAllah Shaykh becomes a proper Brummie soon.

As you can imagine, Shaykh has lots of ideas about how we can develop our Community. In order to effectively do this, he will structure his time to ensure good coverage across the range of projects and activities. Shaykh is also meeting various Sub-Committees in order to get insight into their activities. Shaykh has already been meeting members, supporting and advising them on personal aspects. Shaykh will be available on the following timings for such meetings:

  • Mondays: 10am – 12pm
  • Tuesdays: 7pm – 9pm
  • Fridays: 2 hours after Juma

You may contact him directly or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. indicating your preferential slot and this would be provided based on availability.

If you would like to invite Shaykh to conduct a Programme outside our Organisation and for Private Programmes, you are requested to first get in touch with our Secretary General Tawfiq Jivraj.

Shaykh will begin conducting brief Fiqh sessions with Q&A as part of our Maghribayn Jamaat Namaz Programmes every Saturday and Sunday.

As you may be aware, we had created a Team to look into the effectiveness of our Programmes and how they could be enhanced. InshaAllah this team shall be sitting soon with Shaykh to discuss further and create plans for our future Programmes.

Abbasi Islamic Centre

The Jamaat has organised a Unique Lifesavers event that will be run by doctors, pharmacists and dentists. The aim is to teach the public when and how to deliver CPR to someone who is unconscious and cover other essential life-saving skills.

It is open to the public of all ages and will be held this Saturday 26th November starting at 1pm ending at 3pm.

For registration, please contact Mohamed Ahmed on 07706353140 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to help allocate resources appropriately.


Jamaat Programmes 1440AH



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