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Tuesday, 15 October 2019  
15. Safar 1441

Torrential rain caused flooding across large parts of Iran On Tuesday killing 23 people. Over 100 people have been injured with 25,000 having to be put up in emergency accomodation. We have opened a fund for our brothers and sisters in Iran, please make your donations at the treasury desks or online.

Moon Forecast - 01 Sha'ban 1440AH

The Astronomical New Moon is on Friday 05 April 2019 at 07:50 am. The crescent will not be visible on this day.

The calculations for crescent visibility on Saturday 06 April 2019 for London are as follows:

Sunset 07:43pm
Moonset 08:56 pm
Crescent age 33 hours 53 minutes
Crescent altitude 19.29 degrees
Crescent elongation 16.59 degrees

The crescent will be easily visible with naked eye

1st Sha'ban 1440AH will be on Sunday 07 April 2019.

Secretariat (31/03/2019)

The Council of European Jamaats in collaboration with the University of Nottingham is organising a ‘COEJ University Study Day’ for community youths in Year 10, 11, 12 or for those who may have taken a gap year and need guidance relating to the course they wish to pursue or some insight on finance matters.

Date: Saturday 27 April 2019
Time: 11.00am – 5.00pm
Venue: Humanities Building, University Park,  The University of Nottingham

The Study day will consist of the following activities:

- Students will receive information, advice and guidance on the process of applying to University
- A campus tour with current undergraduates
- Students will get a taster for several academic disciplines

Workshops include:
– What to study at university
– Personal Statement Writing
– Finance at University

This study day is an opportunity to ask any questions and find out more about the course you want to do.

 Please note the following:

- Transport is to be arranged individually
- Packed lunch will be provided on the day
- Parents will not be allowed to stay at the university on the day as this experience is solely for the purpose of the student

To register for the CoEJ University Study Day please complete the registration form here

The extended deadline to register is Sunday 21 April 2019

There are limited spaces available. Don’t miss out on your place! Register ASAP!

Islamic Laws right at your fingertips, guiding you through everyday Islamic life

The World Federation is pleased to announce the launch of its updated and improved iSistani app, which is available immediately to download from the iTunes Store or through Google Play now.

This revolutionary and unique mobile app, which works on tablets too, offers guidance on spiritual and practical aspects of day-to-day Muslim life through the rulings of His Eminence al-Sayyid Ali al-Sistani (may God protect him).

The app gives an individual experience that’s as user-friendly as it is resourceful. Once installed, you will be able to search multiple law manuals in one go, add your own notes to each law and bookmark any rulings you want to refer back to – giving you access to rightful practicesright at your fingertips.

In order make sure the iSistani app remains a valuable and accurate source of information for the community, the latest version has been updated with the very latest rulings from His Eminence al-Sayyid Ali al-Sistani (may God protect him) as well as the addition of new and amended rulings from the third edition of Islamic Laws.

 This gives an easy and user-friendly approach to understanding the rulings that guide us on how we should live our lives.

 Members of the community who have downloaded older versions of iSistani are encouraged to download the latest version, as previous versions may contain outdated rulings.


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General Feedback

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.