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Vice-Principal attends an evening with Shaykh Abdullah Bin Bayyan on ‘Islam in a Globalising World’

The Vice-Principal, Bakhtyar Pirzada al-Azhari, attended an evening with Shaykh Abdullah Bin Bayyah (Forum for Peace, UAE) and Shaykh Hamza Yusuf (Zaytuna College, USA),.

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Jamia Al-Karam holds intellectual and spiritual gathering of zikr and reflection.

Jamia Al-Karam marked this previous weekend with its first Shabb-e Karam (Night of Benevolence). On Saturday night, 14 October 2017, with blessings and specific...

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Shaykh Allama Sayyid Muhammad Mahdi Mian Chishti (Ajmer Sharif, India) visited Jamia Al-Karam

On Wednesday 11 October 2017, the scholarly elder and learned custodian of the renowned spiritual Khanqah of Ajmer Sharif, India, namely Shaykh Allama Sayyid...

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  • 3rd Shabb-e Karam (Night of Benevolence) held at Jamia Al-Karam on 09/12/17 with & guidance of Pir A…
      @jamiaalkaram 11th December 2017 - 8:01 pm
  • RT : The BMF condemns President Trump’s statement on Jerusalem and calls for the British Government to do more Full stateme…
      @jamiaalkaram 11th December 2017 - 11:35 am
  • Update on the urgent appeal (80% of £90k raised) and work has commenced and underway. More:
      @jamiaalkaram 10th December 2017 - 10:24 pm

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Jamia Al-Karam marked this previous weekend with its 3rd Shabb-e Karam (Night of Benevolence).

On Saturday night, 9 December 2017, with blessings from the honourable Pir Muhammad Amin Ul Hasnat Shah of Bhera Sharif, Pakistan, and under the direction of Shaykh Muhammad Imdad Hussain Pirzada, intellectual and spiritual gatherings of zikr and reflection took place. The weekend of Shabb-e Karam takes place monthly at Jamia Al-Karam coinciding with the Shabb-e Karam gatherings held at the mausoleum of the late Zia-ul-Ummat, Justice Pir Muhammad Karam Shah al-Azhari (ra), in Bhera Sharif, Pakistan.

Shabb-e Karam at Jamia Al-Karam consists of Khatm-e Qur’an with recitals of the full Qur’an in both the brothers and the sisters colleges as well as Isal-e Thawab gatherings of dhikr, qasa'id and dars.

During the evening, prayers of Isal-e Thawab and raising of ranks were also held for Khwaja Hafiz Gul Muhammad Qadri (ra), the father of Shaykh Pirzada whose Urs Mubarak is held on 15 December, which marks the date of his death in 1954. Prayers were also said for the late mother, who passed away last year, of Jamia Al-Karam's student, Usama Rasul, from Norway, and the food for the evening was sponsored by his father.
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Jamia Al-Karam marked this previous weekend with its 3rd Shabb-e Karam (Night of Benevolence). On Saturday night, 9 December 2017, with blessings from the honourable Pir Muhammad Amin Ul Hasnat Shah of Bhera Sharif, Pakistan, and under the direction of Shaykh Muhammad Imdad Hussain Pirzada, intellectual and spiritual gatherings of zikr and reflection took place. The weekend of Shabb-e Karam takes place monthly at Jamia Al-Karam coinciding with the Shabb-e Karam gatherings held at the mausoleum of the late Zia-ul-Ummat, Justice Pir Muhammad Karam Shah al-Azhari (ra), in Bhera Sharif, Pakistan. Shabb-e Karam at Jamia Al-Karam consists of Khatm-e Qur’an with recitals of the full Qur’an in both the brothers and the sisters colleges as well as Isal-e Thawab gatherings of dhikr, qasa'id and dars. During the evening, prayers of Isal-e Thawab and raising of ranks were also held for Khwaja Hafiz Gul Muhammad Qadri (ra), the father of Shaykh Pirzada whose Urs Mubarak is held on 15 December, which marks the date of his death in 1954. Prayers were also said for the late mother, who passed away last year, of Jamia Al-Karam's student, Usama Rasul, from Norway, and the food for the evening was sponsored by his father.

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- The BMF condemns President Trump’s statement on Jerusalem and calls for the British Government to do more www.britishmuslimforum.co.uk/2017/12/11/the-bmf-condemns-president-trumps-statement-on-jerusalem-... The British Muslim Forum, echoing the sentiments and concerns of British Muslims, strongly condemns President Donald Trump’s statement on Jerusalem being the capital of Israel and the intent to relocate the United States embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. This statement from the President of the United States is reckless and irresponsible and will fuel further mistrust, hostility and violence. In addition, it places the role of the United States in suspicion as regards being an honest broker in the peace process between Palestine and Israel. Faith communities from across the world as well as state leaders and representatives of international bodies and organisations have voiced their concern and condemnation of President Trump’s rash statement. His words are in conflict with international laws, world opinion and the pursuit of peace, and bolster the Israeli government which has disregarded United Nations resolutions and international laws. President Trump’s statement in particular taking the step to move the US embassy to Jerusalem not only bears hostility towards the long suffering Palestinian people and the status of East Jerusalem, but it also endorses the process of illegal settlements and other crimes committed against the Palestinians by the Israeli government, denying the rights of the Palestinians and the Arabs to their holy city and destroying the possibility of a viable Palestinian state. Jerusalem is a sacred place for Muslims, Jews and Christians. It is home to the third most holiest site in Islam, the Al-Aqsa Mosque, which rests in the hearts of all Muslims around the world. The statement of President Trump does not aim at only the people of Palestine, rather it has hurt the feelings of one and a half billion Muslims across the globe as well as millions of Arab Christians that are connected with the churches of Jerusalem. This deliberate and unprovoked statement of President Trump that has the potential to stir up much trouble and unrest in the world is objectionable and condemnable. The BMF calls on Prime Minister Theresa May and the British Government to step further than a mere statement of disagreement and exert maximum pressure on President Trump to respect international laws and become a genuine partner in the peace process to alleviate the long suffering of Palestinians.

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The Jamia Al-Karam Urgent Appeal...

Work is in full swing...

Al-hamdu lillah, work for the installation of new LPG gas boilers has commenced over the past weeks at Jamia Al-Karam and is well underway. This was only made possible due to the generous donations from well-wishers. With the weather turning rapidly cold, the urgency of completion is aimed for.

80% of the original required £90,000 has been raised, which does not account for unexpected alterations and complications that are appearing as work is underway. Please continue to donate to this important work as a sadaqah jariyah: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/jak-urgent-appeal

As regards the roof works, the old damaged roof felts have been removed and minor patch up repairs are being done to stop leaks. Due to funds, we are unable to install a new roof yet. Please continue to raise awareness, fund-raise and donate: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/jak-urgent-appeal
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