As Salaam Alaikum.
Dear Muslim Brothers.
In line with the recent government announcement, the Masjid will be closed from Thursday 5th November for all prayers until further notice.
Therfore, we request that you perform your daily and Juma namaaz at home.
If you need to make Janazah arrangement please contact the mosque secretary Mr Anwar Shaikh on the following number 07791 584940 and we will work with you as best as we can.
We thank you for your unwavering support during this period of disruption. We also request that you follow the national and local guidelines to help reduce the spread of the virus. We pray that Allah grants this ummah relief and cure during this difficult time.
Board of Trustees Birmingham Jame Mosque
Eid Ul Adha will be on Friday 31st July 2020.
First Jamaat will be at 7.00 am
Second Jamaat will be at 8.00am.
When coming to the Masjid, please remember to adhere to the current social distancing guidance.
You will also be required to bring your own prayer mat and mask/ face covering. Please respect our volunteers and follow their advice guidance while in the Masjid.
Entrance is on a first come first entry basis. Once the Masjid has reached its capacity, the doors will be closed.
From Friday 10th July 2020, there will be 2 Jummah Salaahs, as follows:
1st Jummah : 1.20pm
2nd Jummah : 2.15pm
Please bring your own prayer mat, mask. A plastic bag will be provided for your shoes by the Masjid.
All Salaahs in the Masjid will be 1m apart social distancing.
Please write your name, contact number and signature on a piece of paper to be handed in at the entrance of the Masjid.
Those brothers that have already registered, just give your number to the volunteer at the entrance.
Please note, the Masjid has a limited capacity. Entrance will be on a first come first entry basis. You will not be allowed in once the Masjid has reached its capacity allowance.
While waiting to enter the Masjid, please maintain social distancing.
If you are unwell or shielding please do not come to the Masjid.
Stay Safe and Stay at Home.
Jazakallah Khaiir to all for your understanding and for following government guidelines.
Birmingham Jame Masjid
AsSalaamu’Alaykum wa Rahamtullah.
As you know, Masajid’s are temporarily closed due the current pandemic.
During this Ramadan, Birmingham Jame Masjid will still be closed, however the expenses of Masjid continues.
We request that you donate some of your Lillah to the Masjid during this holy month.
This can be done, either online or by dropping it off at the Masjid between Asr and Maghrib where it will be collected in line with government guidelines (by the appointed Trustee).
Masjid account details are:
Account name: Birmingham Anjuman-e-Islam Trust, NatWest.
Sort code: 60-16-24
Acc No: 00303283
Any Fitrana, Sadaqah or Zakat can also be dropped off at the Masjid between Asr and Maghrib every day.
May Allah shower His blessings upon us all during this holy month, Ameen.
We are constructing a multi purpose hall and ghusul facilities and kindly request your donations.
Help to bring more facilities to the local community.
May Allah reward you for your generosity.
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Dear fellow Citizens,
Please be vigilant and report any suspicious activity, by any individual, who may earn a bad name for our Religion, to your local authorities, considering it as a religious and ethical duty.
Islam covers each and every aspect of human life including Muslim relations with non-Muslims and their attitude towards non-Muslim states. There are clear directives in the Holy Quran and the Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ with regards to Muslims residing in non-Muslim countries.
- The Islamic law requires Muslim subjects of non-Muslim states to reside as law abiding subjects, to fulfil the conditions of their residence or stay in those countries and keep themselves away from any treacherous and destructive activities. The Holy Quran and various sayings of the Holy Prophet Muhammad ﷺ have clearly enjoined on Muslims to give respect to the oath or agreement taken or concluded by them with regard to non-Muslims.
- Muslims are required to reside peacefully and cooperate with the local administration
- Respect the law of the land, as long as it does not openly contradict with religious beliefs.
- Be faithful and loyal to the residing country and fellow citizens.
- Be honest in the economic dealings and do not permit any act of betrayal, treachery and deceit to the people of other faiths or no faiths.
- Muslims are required to extend a helping hand and provide defence to the country and its citizens.
- It is a well-established fact that Islam does not allow any kind of aggression or oppression against any person, and doing so in relation to peace loving people is a heinous crime in the view of Islamic laws.
A true Muslims is someone from whom others are safe and feel protected.