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Important message on vaccination from our Imam

by | Jan 29, 2021 | Bangladeshi Community, Muslim Community, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Important message on vaccination from our ImamOur simple advice: have the COVID-19 vaccination as soon as it is offered to you. Insha’Allah, this is the best way to tackle the spread of this coronavirus, a disease that has taken so many lives and caused unprecedented disruption. It offers hope of a return to normality, protecting ourselves, those we love, and everyone in our communities.A message from our Head Imam, Shaykh Abdul Qayum:

“This pandemic has been a trial for humanity, but Allah reassures us in the Qur’an that after hardship comes ease. I have listened carefully to the advice of Muslim medical experts. Let us take the vaccine when it is offered to us, and pray that insha’Allah it brings us the benefit we seek. Our thoughts and prayers are with the many people who have lost loved ones, and we are grateful for the dedication and commitment of NHS and frontline workers who are helping those afflicted by COVID-19.”A message from Imam Mohammed Mahmoud:
A message on vaccination from Imam Abul Hussain Khan (in Bengali):
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Update: Hot meal deliveries to Royal London HospitalAs of last Friday, we’ve more than doubled the number of hot meals that we’re sending to the hard working ICU team at the Royal London Hospital as a token of gratitude. We will now be providing over 300 hot meals to the hospital every Friday to cover both day and night shift workers! If you missed the story last week, you can read it here.
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This week’s digital remindersDespite us being closed, we aim to keep you spiritually nourished! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to keep up-to-date with our latest digital reminders.NEW SERIES!
In the latest series, Imam Mohammed goes through the seven categories of people who will receive the shade of Allah on the day where there will be no shade but His.This week’s episode, Imam Mohammed covered the second category of people – the young worshipers; but who are they? Watch the full video below!
Did you miss last Jumu’ah reminder?If so, don’t worry you can catch it below!Nowadays too many conspiracy theories, half-baked rumours and hearsay are being validated, and the views of experts on the vaccine discarded. To combat this, in today’s Jumu’ah reminder Imam Mohammed discusses the ruling of vaccinations, the importance of preserving life and acting on the authority of knowledge.
Latest Maryam Centre Activities
Maryam Centre Women’s Committee presents: Soul Sisters’ ConversationsA series of digital conversations with female converts to engage them on a better understanding of issues new Muslimahs face when they come into Islam.These sessions explore the expectations they have and the barriers and misconceptions the Muslim community have when welcoming them to spaces of worship and integrating them into community.Missed the first session? Dont worry, you still have time to catch the others!Register by emailing your interest to womenscom@londonmuslimcentre.org.uk
This year, the Muslim Women’s Collective will celebrate women’s contributions made during the difficult global pandemic and the immense resilience shown to help others and the community. Please note, this event will take place virtually over Zoom on the 6th of March 2021.If you wish to register for the event, please sign up here using the online form.
Hadith of the WeekUmar ibn al-Khattab reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said:“Verily, deeds are only with intentions. Verily, every person will have only what they intended. Whoever emigrated to Allah and his messenger, his emigration is for Allah and his messenger. Whoever emigrated to get something in the world or to marry a woman, his emigration is for that to which he emigrated.”[Bukhārī]
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