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Through October

Commentary (Tafseer) of the Holy Qur’an
Conducted by Shaykh M S Bahmanpour

Venue: Islamic Centre of England, 140 Maida Vale, London W9 1QB
Time: Every Friday starting at 7.30 PM
Contact: 0207 604 5500

 

 Open House Dialogue

Bringing the Community together, breaking barriers. Various topics discussed in an open platform.

 

Venue: Islamic Centre of England, 140 Maida Vale, London W9 1QB
Time: Fortnightly.  Every Tuesday from 6.45 PM
Contact: 0207 604 5500
More info: https://www.facebook.com/OpenHouseDialogue/

 

6 October – 6 November

‘Islamic Art and Architecture in Central Asia and Iraq

 In this course you will travel to the legendary lands of Central Asia inhabited by nomadic tribes, and criss-crossed by the caravans of European and Far Eastern merchants. You will analyse the advent of Islam and the important role played by the Mongol dynasties in re-shaping the geography of this remote part of the world. You will stop by the most iconic cities and you will be stunned by the remarkable religious complexes, the tall domes, the beautiful tile decoration, the metalwork ewers inlaid with golden and silver and the pottery bowls, enriched with the precious lustre techniques. Your journey will be completed by an insight in the miniature painting, especially the Herat school, and in the carpet production of Central Asia and Iran.

Venue:  Arab British Centre, 1 Gough Square, London, EC4A 3DE
Time: Thursdays, 6.00 PM – 8.00 PM
Fee: £180
More info: http://www.arabbritishcentre.org.uk/event/islamic-art-architecture-central-asia-iraq-journey-legendary-cities-baghdad-samarqand-isfahan/

 

8 & 9 October

I Am Her – Life & Leadership Lessons from Women in the Qur’an

AlMaghrib Institute is proud to introduce this ground-breaking seminar about why women aren’t like men. They think, talk, and act differently. That’s why women are vital to the conversation, the Dawah scene, activism, and the public sphere.  In this seminar, you will experience: Female role models in the light of the Qur’an, rising above female misconceptions and limitations, Encouragement to lead lives of influence and contribution, core empowerment from the Qur’an and leadership that creates change both in public and at home.

Venue:  8th – Mayfair Venue, 1078 High Road, Chadwell Heath, RM6 4BD
9th – Oasis Academy MediaCity UK, King William Street, Salford, Manchester M50 3UQ
Time: 10.00 AM – 6.00 PM
Fee: £30
More info: http://almaghrib.org/seminars

 

14 October

An Introduction to Ebru (Turkish Marbling)

The art of marbling paper, or Ebru, is a traditional Turkish decorative art. It provides tranquillity to the spirit and teaches the art of patience.  Why not try your hand at marbling and take your very own Ebru pieces home?

Venue: SOAS University, Room: B102
Fee: Early Bird (before 7 October) £25 inc. materials.  After 7 October:  £35 plus Materials: £5
Contact:  therabbaniproject@hotmail.co.uk

 

15 October

MAB Best of British Muslims Convention 2016

 This Convention is about celebrating the achievements of British Muslims.  Inspirational talks will be delivered by innovative thinkers and influential doers who come from a variety of backgrounds. It will truly be a place where the audience will benefit from coming together as bright ideas will be shared about Islam and Muslims. It will also provide stories of inspiration as stories of achievements are shared. In addition, the Convention provides an opportunity to network with others and to learn about new ventures.  There will be stalls and an exhibition area.

Venue: The New Bingley Hall, 1 Hockley Circus, Birmingham, B18 5PP
Time: 10.30 AM – 8.30 PM
Fee: £5.99
More info:  http://bestofbritishmuslims.com/?page_id=10

 

16 October

Real Lives, Real Stories

A Human Relief Foundation event aimed at allowing you to experience an emotional roller-coaster as you hear hard hitting stories from Land and Sea by Syrian Refugees. Feel the struggle and experience the horror through an immersive 4D theatrical performance and artistic glow performance.

Venue: Stockport Town Hall, Edward Street, Stockport, SK1 3XE
Time: 5.00 PM – 9.00 PM
Fee: £5
More info: https://www.hrf.org.uk/events/reallives/

 

Birmingham Half Marathon – Run for Orphans 2016

Join us in the UK’s second city, home of the Balti Triangle and the perfect stage for marathon enthusiasts and athletes to compete and take in some of the city’s most iconic sights including the Bullring in the city centre, Cadbury World in Bournville and Edgbaston cricket ground. All for a great cause too!

Venue: 19-21 Ombersley Road, Birmingham, B12 8UR
Time:  8.00 AM – 4.00 PM
Registration Fee: £35
Fundraising Target: £200
Contact: Kamran Uddin – 07813061443

 

20 October

Keeping Faith in Foreign Affairs

Dr. Edward Kessler will examine the role of faith in international affairs and diplomacy, reflecting on demographic changes around the world, including the growth of non-religious groups, and implications for society and government. He will discuss the UK context, including the latest research from the report of the Commission on Religion and Belief in British Public Life chaired by Baroness Butler-Sloss, as well as developments overseas.  In an increasingly pluralist but also unsettled world, how do we keep faith in Foreign Affairs?

Venue: MBI Al Jaber Building, LMEI, 21 Russell Square, London, WC1B 5EA
Time: 5.45 PM
More info: http://www.woolf.cam.ac.uk/events/details?year=2016&month=10&day=20#ID1101

 

22 October

Anxiety: phobias / OCD and Islamic counselling with Abdullah Maynard

Anxiety sits at the meeting place of thinking and feeling. Some people see anxiety as an irrational fear but rational or not anxiety, phobia and obsessive-compulsive disorder, can take control of a person’s life. In Islam the heart (the Qalb) is meant to be unattached so that it can turn to the will of God, part of developing the health of the heart is the management of anxiety. This talk will explore anxiety in the context of Islam and ways to manage it.  Abdullah Maynard has been an Islamic counsellor for 20 years independently and with the Lateef Project. He also teaches Islamic counselling.

Venue details and booking: Email Abdullah Maynard abdullah.maynard@hotmail.com
Time: 2.30 PM – 5.30 PM
Fee: £50
More info: http://www.ukislamicevents.net/#event

 

23 – 30 October

Sahara Trek 2016

Human Relief Foundation is giving you the opportunity to trek 100Km in the Sahara Desert this October. The challenge is an opportunity to make a difference to many Syrian refugees.  The £2,500 target you raise will go towards food, clothes and shelter for those who have fled for their lives.

Contact: 020 7377 6759

 

 

25 – 30 October

The Big Drive – Rediscover Andalucia
The Big Drive is back on the road again! Join us as we drive 2,605KM across Europe to reach our destination in Spain – Granada. Muslim Hands is working with The Great Mosque of Granada to help improve the gardens and library and provide ongoing financial aid.

6 days, 4 cities, 1 destination.  Limited spaces. Register now to avoid disappointment! Please note the minimum number of participants per car is 2 people per car, and maximum is 4 people per car.

Venue: London – Paris – Barcelona – Granada
Fees: Registration: £300 per person.
Target: £2000
More info: https://muslimhands.org.uk/events/2016/the-big-drive

 

28 October

Islamic art in Central Asia

A gallery talk by Roberta Marin an independent speaker. Gallery talks last 45 minutes and is suitable for all levels of knowledge.

Venue: Room 34, British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG
Time: 1.15 PM – 2.00 PM
Fee: Free, drop in.

 

29 – 30 October

The First Kingdom: Rise and fall of the Umayyads

If history was not important God would not have captivated us with  the stories of old in the Qur’an. History is important because it nourishes the mind just as food nourishes the body; gaining knowledge about our past better equips us to deal with what the future holds. Learning about the Umayyad era especially helps us pinpoint problems we are experiencing in this century among Muslims and work towards solutions.

Instructor: Bilal Ismail
Venue: Queen Mary, University of London (The Bancroft Building), Mile End Road, E1 4NS
Time: 8.30 AM – 7.00 PM
Fee: £60
More info: https://www.alkauthar.org/course.php?course=716

 

29 October – 6 November

Trek the great wall with us!

Human Relief Foundation is giving you the opportunity to trek the Great Wall of China this October.  The challenge is an opportunity to aid those most in need with the £3,500 target funds you raise.

Venue: The Great Wall of China
Contact: Mustafa on 01274392727

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