Muslim Marriage Events Birmingham

Event Date: 
Sunday, 13 September, 2015 - 11:30 to 16:30

We are holding the next single muslims marriage events on Sunday 13th September 2015 at Tipu Sultan, Moseley, Birmingham.

We will be catering for 2 groups on the day.

1) Divorced & Widows Event

2) Open Event

The event is acting as an intermediary for people who are seeking marriage partners. The setting is very much open to all individuals to speak with each other. However, we will have advisors that will support individuals who feel shy or need an intermediary between their discussions. Inshallah we will also be supporting women who feel they need to be in a segregated environment.
The age group that has currently shown a high interest in coming to the event has been between 21-45.

Please bear in mind these events are going to be conducted in a professional manner.

An attempt to ensure that there is an equal ratio of the sexes, hence spaces are limited to first come basis. Should you feel you need to speak to someone and arrange for bookings please contact one of our advisors, details are as below. Please forward to all Muslim brothers & sisters who are looking for marriage.
3 course Buffet Meal and soft drinks Included.

For more info please call Mo on 07738638325 or visit

Muslim Marriage Events Manchester

Event Date: 
Sunday, 23 August, 2015 - 11:30 to 16:30

We are holding the next single muslims marriage events on Sunday 23rd August 2015 at Nawaabs, Manchester.

21 & Over Event

The event is acting as an intermediary for people who are seeking marriage partners. The setting is very much open to all individuals to speak with each other. However, we will have advisors that will support individuals who feel shy or need an intermediary between their discussions. Inshallah we will also be supporting women who feel they need to be in a segregated environment.
The age group that has currently shown a high interest in coming to the event has been between 21-45.

Please bear in mind these events are going to be conducted in a professional manner.

An attempt to ensure that there is an equal ratio of the sexes, hence spaces are limited to first come basis. Should you feel you need to speak to someone and arrange for bookings please contact one of our advisors, details are as below. Please forward to all Muslim brothers & sisters who are looking for marriage.
3 course Buffet Meal and soft drinks Included.

For more info please call Mo on 07738638325

 

Emmanuel Adebayor - 13 Reasons Why I Am A Muslim

Emmanuel Adebayor

Emmanuel Adebayor
Emmanuel Adebayor
Author: 
Emmanuel Adebayor

The famous footballer Emmanuel Adebayor has recently converted to Islam. In an , Emmanuel Adebayor gives some reasons for why he converted to Islam and why he believed that Muslims are truer followers of Jesus (pbuh):

I GOT 13 VALID REASONS WHY AND HOW MUSLIMS ARE LIKE JESUS (PBUH) AND TRUER FOLLOWERS OF JESUS THAN MOST CHRISTIANS BELIEVE:

1. Jesus (pbuh) taught that there is only One God and Only God should be worshipped as taught in Deut 6:4, Mark 12:29. Muslims also believe this as taught in the Qur’an verse 4:171.

[Let's Talk Show] The Prophet (Peace and Blessings be upon him) & Modern Day Challenges - Episode 2

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Brother Faysal Yaqoob returns to continue on from his when he discussed the topic of how the Prophet Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam (Peace and Blessings be upon him) would react to modern day challenges if he was present in todays society using examples from the life of the prophet (saw).

Presenters: Zahid Maqbool, Sajid Iqbal

Guest: Brother Faysal Yaqoob

Broadcast Date: 29 June 2015

Duration: 1 hour 9 minutes

False Sightings or Exact Calculations - The Islamic Choice?

Author: 
Omar Afzal

False sightings - a bane of the Muslim Ummah for years - is "not very relevant", says Jibali (Wall Street Journal 1/7/97).

The Islamic way is to go only by the witness, even if false, as long as "he tried to be accurate".

One is amazed by how a sane Muslim can make such a brash statement after going through the Qura'n and the Sunnah.

In recent years several articles have appeared stating that an Islamic month begins only by direct or indirect sighting. Using calculations or any other method for ascertaining the crescent, or questioning any claim by a Muslim is invalid.

The Significance Of Eid al-Fitr

Author: 
Unknown

Islam has two major holidays, Eid Ul-Fitr (Post-Fasting Festival) and Eid Ul-Adha.

The word Eid itself is an Arabic word, whose root connotation is 'that which comes back, time after time, and rejoicing.' Its particular usage in Islam, for the two major holidays, is because these two days are meant to be days of rejoicing.[1]

The Prophet Muhammad (Allah bless him and give him peace) said, "They are days of eating, drinking, and remembrance of God." [Reported by Bukhari in his Sahih, an authoritative collection of the sayings of the Prophet.]

In this same spirit, the Qur'an mentions:

How To Perform The Eid Prayer

The nights of both Eids, i.e. the nights preceding the Days of Eid, are auspicious occasions which should be observed with reverence and worship.

Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Álayhi Wasallam) said that these nights are great occasions of Ibadat and of gaining the proximity and special Mercy of Allah Ta'ala. These holy nights, should therefore not be allowed to pass by in idleness.

Full advantage should be taken of these opportunities by offering obedience and Ibadat unto Allah Ta'ala to the best of our abilities. Istighfaar (seeking forgiveness for sins), Tilaawat (reciting the Quran), Nafl Salaah, Durood, etc. should be profusely offered on these holy nights.

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