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Wednesday, 20 February 2019  
14. Jamadi-ul-Akhir 1440
 
 

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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.

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 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.

Eid al-Hajj Salaat for the Muqalideen of Marhum Ayatullah Khu'i will be held here in the Imambargah tomorrow Monday 12th September commencing at 7.45am.

The A’maal of Arafat will be performed after Zohrain Salaat tomorrow commencing at 1.15pm.

As Tuesday 13th September is the Day of Eid al-Hajj for the Muqalideen of Grand Ayatullah Sistani, the first shift of Eid Salaat will be held at 7.45am. The second shift of Eid Salaat will commence at 10am with Du’a Nudba.

The Jamaat’s next scheduled program will take place on Tuesday 13th September being the Eid Night Function. The program will commence with Maghribain Salaat at 7.37pm followed by Du'a Tawassul, Hadith al-Kisa', Qasida, Presidents' Speech, MAMT Tournament Presentation & end with Eid Nyaz.

Ladies Committee have organised Children's Muharram sessions on:

Friday 7th Oct & Saturday 8th Oct.

Ages:

  • 5-7 years to be conducted by Sisters Tehseen Merali and Zeeshan Sumar in the First floor P1 classroom, Topic : Amr Bil Ma’roof & Nahi anil Munkar

  • 8-12 years to be conducted by Sister Nikhat Panjwani in the Small Sports Hall, Topic : Emotional Intelliegnce

Time: 8.00pm-9.15 PM

Kids are urged to bring a notebook and pencil case.

 

We extend our condolences to the Imam of our time, Al Hujjah Al Mahdi (ATFS) and to you all as we commemorate the great martyrdom of Imam Hussain (AS), his family and the faithful companions who sacrificed their lives to save Islam.

Please see below Safety guidance for Shia Communities in the UK.

  Additional guidance can be found here.

RE: SAFETY GUIDANCE FOR SHIA COMMUNITIES
  • Travelling to Iraq (Ziyaraat)
  • Local Commemoration
  • Safeguarding

Various Shia Muslim community organisations have come together this year to develop guidance for our local communities, to ensure that the British Shia Muslim community is able to commemorate the events of Karbala in a safe and secure manner. With the current political climate of Islamophobia and Shiaphobia, coupled with the threat of Daesh, it is essential that we remain attuned to the sensitivities of our local areas.

Having met and briefed representatives from the National Counter Terrorism and Policing Centre, as well as the Borders Agencies, we have produced the following guidelines for our communities. This also includes updates in relation to developments that have occurred this Muharram. Please do share with other centres and your respective membership.

1.Travelling to Iraq (Ziyaraat)

Summary:

  • Build in extra time when travelling
  • Please be patient and be ready to answer questions if needed.
  • See guidance on children travelling and carrying large amounts of money.

There is currently increased security monitoring those who are travelling to Syria and Iraq (including those travelling via Turkey) to ensure supporters are not going to join the Daesh forces, and similarly others are not going to join the various militias. We are working alongside the National Counter Terrorism and Policing Centre, as well as the Borders Agencies to try and ensure smooth journeys to and from Iraq this year for Ziyaarat.

Please ensure you read the FCO Travel Advice (which is regularly updated) before travelling.https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/iraq

Iraq Travel Advice - www.gov.uk

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The EC would like to encourage all members to give feedback on various aspects of the Jamaat.

Please email us with any ideas / suggestions / feedback you may have regarding programmes, future direction etc of the Jamaat.

Any comments are welcome.