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Thursday, 18 July 2019  
14. Dhul Qadah 1440

The annual subscription for the year 2016 is now due and as per KSIMC constitution, all Members shall be required to pay the amount of subscription due on 01 January of each year. A Member who fails to pay the subscription by 31 March will receive a written overdue notification from the Secretary General. Failing to pay the subscription within thirty (30) days from the date of the notification shall automatically terminate the membership. The full membership fee for 2016 is £150 per annum. A Spouse of an existing Member will be eligible for membership at a reduced rate of 50%. (£75 per annum).

A full-time student under the age of twenty-four (24) years will be eligible for membership at a reduced rate of 50%. (£75 per annum), A senior citizen over the age of sixty-five (65) years will be eligible for membership at reduced rate of 50%. (£75 per annum) and A Friend Member will have to pay Annual Subscription of £112.50 per annum.

As you may be aware the Jamaat- through the excellent work of the burial committee- now has access to a Digital Autopsy facility for all deaths that require an autopsy by the coroner. This means that in most cases an invasive autopsy is avoided thereby complying with our Sharia requirements. The EC has decided to incorporate the Digital Autopsy as an additional benefit for the members of the burial fund as of 1st January 2016. The cost of such a digital imaging is £550 per person. This will mean that the annual subscription for burial will need to be increased by £5, from £40 to £45 per member. This increase will become due from 1st January 2016. Those members paying by standing order are requested to amend the amount by instructing their own bank.

With duas,

Mahmood S Bhogadia
Head of Finance

In pursuing our objectives we seek a full-time Minister of Religion (i.e. Alim) fluent in English, Arabic and Farsi to lead the community in the religious rites; rituals; prayers; education and counselling of the community. The post will attract a gross salary of £24, 000.00 per annum on the premise of a 40-hour working week. The role will also attract housing and utilities. Click here for more details. 

Closing date for all applications is 10th August 2016.

KSIMC Birmingham

According to the Shariah, Zakat al-Fitra becomes incumbent when the new moon of Shawwal is sighted. This is known as Zakat of Fitra, which is Wajib on every Baligh person.

 The estimated rate for Fitra 1440AH in Europe for this year is:

For UK may be For Europe it may be equivalent to For Scandinavia it may be equivalent to For Swiss it may be equivalent to
£5.00 EUR 6.00 SEK 62.00 CHF 6.50

For more information on zakat ul fitra and fidya please visit https://www.coej.org/fitra-and-fidya-rates-1440ah/


Following the Executive Committee meeting held on 17th January, it was decided to reduce the Burial Fund payment to £30.00 per person(over 18) for the current year 2012.

Children under 18 will automatically be included in the scheme if either or both of the parents are members but, will then have to apply to become members of the jamaat as well as the Burial scheme once they reach the age of 18.

You can now also pay online by clicking here and selecting Burial Scheme under Subscriptions.

The deadline for paying into the fund has also been extended to the end of February this year.

For those who have already paid into the fund, the Treasury team will be getting in touch with you after making the necessary adjustments to your dues.


 Annual Jamaat barbecue will be held: on

Date: Sunday 18th September

Time: 11am.

Venue: 17 Clifton Road, Balsall Heath, Birmingham B12 8SX. 

All proceeds to go towards Abbasi Islamic Centre

All are requested to attend.


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