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2 June
Sadaqah and Salaam Storytelling and Rhymes

Join children’s authors Aisha Mohammed, Sajida Mohammed and Elizabeth Lymer for stories, rhymes, and interactive fun about giving charity and spreading peace.

Venue: IHRC Bookshop & Gallery, 202 Preston Road, Wembley, HA9 8PA
Time: 1.30 PM – 3.00 PM
Fee: Free family event (recommended for children 2 yrs+)
Booking: Limited spaces so book via email: kamal@ihrc.org or call 020 8904 4222

3 June
Languages or dialects? Celebrating the diversity of Arabic

A one-day workshop featuring scholars from across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, with presentations on linguistic and cultural aspects of the Arabic-based languages/dialects of Malta, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine and South Sudan.

Venue: Kamran Djam Lecture Theatre (G2), College Buildings, SOAS University of London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Time: 9.00 AM – 6.00 PM
More info: https://www.soas.ac.uk/nme/events/03jun2016-languages-or-dialects-celebrating-the-diversity-of-arabic.html

City Circle Friday Talks: Preparing for Ramadhan

This is the last open talk at City Circle where a number of speakers will address issues surrounding Ramadhan. Ibn Jabal will talk about the excellence of the Arabic language. If not inspired to take up Arabic, we hope you will walk away with an appreciation of its power to shine a light on the Qur’an’s meaning. Iqbal Nasim from the National Zakat Foundation will talk about Zakat, often termed the forgotten pillar of Islam, especially in Western Muslim communities. The final speaker, Shahbaz Mirza, will present Ramadhan Legacy, a social enterprise that is dedicated to connect and empower Muslims to fulfil their Ramadhan and make key spiritual changes to their life.

Time: 6:45 PM – 8:30 PM
Venue: Abrar House, 45 Crawford Pl, Marylebone, London W1H 4LP
Entry: Free.
Prayer space available and street parking free from 6.30 PM

4 June
PREVENT, Islamophobia & Civil Liberties national conference

One year ago the Prevent duty became statutory and has in practice charged teachers, doctors and other professionals with monitoring people’s religious and political views. It is eroding civil liberties and deepening discrimination against Muslims who are treated as a suspect community. This conference will examine the act’s implementation across different sectors. It aims to build on the growing opposition to the duty which has seen lecturers, teachers, lawyers, students, and community organisations come together and call for the act to be repealed.

Venue: Goldsmiths, University of London, SE14 6 NW
Time: 11.00 AM – 6.00 PM
Tickets: £5
Bookings: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/prevent-islamophobia-and-civil-liberties-national-conference-tickets-24399636971?ref=ebtnebtckt


Structural Dividers in Qur’anic Material: A Synthesis of Approaches

This workshop will investigate the plausibility, and the implications, of a number of possible methods for understanding the Qur’an in accordance with a set of structurally-informed rules.
Convener: Marianna Klar (SOAS, University of London) mk81@soas.ac.uk
Time: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings Room: 4429 & 4426
Attendance is free of charge, but registration is required (limited space).

4-5 June
Treasures of Revelation

Join Al Kauthar on a journey through the Miraculous Qur’an. ‘The Treasures of Revelation’ will take a detailed look into the sciences that relate to the preserved and sacred Qur’an. Explore the reasons for revelation and some of the specific incidents that occurred during that period. The serene experience will leave you wanting more. Increase your love for the Qur’an on this epic journey.

Venue: Queen Mary University, The Bancroft Building, Whitechapel, London E1 4NS
Time: 8.30 AM – 7.00 PM
Fee: £60.00
Registration: https://alkauthar.org/course_enrol.php?course=704

5 June
Writing your Will

Al Ayn Charitable Foundation presents a seminar, at a unique setting, will introduce Islamic and legal perspectives on will writing. Join us for an opportunity to be better informed of your choices as well as a chance to have your questions answered. The ticket price is inclusive of a will writing guide, and all profits go towards supporting orphans.

Venue: Harrow School, 5 High Street, Harrow, HA1 3HP,
Time: 4.00 PM
Fee: £10.00
Registration: www.wills.alayn.co.uk


From 7 June
English lecture every night of the holy month of Ramadhan

Leturers are delivered by
Sheikh S Bahmanpour – 7th to 16th June
Sheikh M A SHomali – 17th to 26th June
Sheikh A Haneef – from 27th till the end of the month

Time: one hour before Iftar, followed by prayers and iftar
Venue: Islamic Centre of England, 140 Maida Vale, London W9 1QB

Educational programmes during the month of Ramadhan 2016

– Qur’an recitation and Islamic Beliefs classes for children -7pm – 9pm (everyday)
– Qur’an classes 6pm – 8pm (age 13 -18)
-½ Joz Qur’an memorisation age 9 and under (one off session) 2pm – 5pm on 12th
-Qur’an reading and Arabic language for Converts (Ladies only) Wednesdays 10am – 13pm
For further information on enrolment contact: email: education@ic-el.com
Tel: 0207 604 5516
Venue: Islamic Centre of England, 140 Maida Vale, London W9 1QB


8 June
Friedrich Sarre and how Islamic Art Came to Berlin

Organised by Rosalind Wade Haddon, a seminar by Dr Julia Gonnella, Curator, Museum for Islamische Kunst, Berlin.

Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Venue: Room KLT, College Buildings, SOAS University of London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Contact: RosalindHaddon@gmail.com

Through to 8 June
Syrian Bread Project – Raising Dough, Saving Lives

Task Force GLM is raising money in order to provide 42 million meals to Syrians as well as Syrian refugees in Lebanon and Jordan.

Time: All day
Donation Link: www.justgiving.com/bakebread
More info: wwwtaskforceglm.org


9 June
Bridging Voices: Violent Extremism, Gender & the State

This meeting will bring together government practitioners, religious authorities and academics from across Europe, the US and the MENA region to discuss how governments can address the underlying drivers of extremist violence and work effectively to challenge extremist messaging. The four sessions will cover themes such as faith-based hatred, extremist propaganda and recruitment, the role of education and families in counter-extremism and cooperation between government and community groups.

Venue: St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge
More info: http://www.woolf.cam.ac.uk/events/details?year=2016&month=6&day=9#ID1070

10 June
Iftar for Aleppo – Islamic Relief (LADIES ONLY)

An Iftar aiming to leave you feeling inspired and giving you the opportunity to gather the Rewards Of Ramadhan. As one of the very few NGOs that still has an operational office inside Aleppo city, Islamic Relief are standing alongside the Syrian people and supporting them in their hour of need.

Venue: The Vine Community Centre, Bobbers Mill Rd, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG7 5GZ
Time: 6.30 PM
Tickets: £10
More info: Call 07753 443 673

Religion in Sasanian Iran

A gallery talk by Rachel Wood, British Museum. Gallery talks last 45 minutes. They are given by Museum staff or guest speakers and are suitable for all levels of knowledge.

Venue: Room 52, British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG
Time: 1.15 PM – 2.00 PM
Fee: Free, drop in.

The Splendours of ancient Iran

A gallery talk by Carolyn Perry, independent speaker. Gallery talks last 45 minutes. They are given by Museum staff or guest speakers and are suitable for all levels of knowledge.

Venue: Room 53, British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG
Time: 1.15 PM – 2.00 PM
Fee: Free, drop in.

13 June
Natural Philosophy in the Islamic World 1500 – 1800

A Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities Work in Progress seminar – the project by Khaled El-Rouayheb (Leverhulme Visiting Fellow 2015-16) is to investigate the hitherto unexplored tradition of natural philosophy in the Islamic world in the period 1500 -1800 AD. There was a keen interest in natural philosophy in Islamic lands in the early modern period and the discipline formed a regular part of the curricula of Ottoman, Safavid and Mughal madrasas. Thousands of manuscript folios on natural philosophy from this period remain unedited and unstudied.

Venue: CRASSH Meeting Room, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DT
Time: 12.30 PM – 2.00 PM
More info: http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/people/profile/khaled-el-rouayheb


15 June
Film4Climate Global Video Competition 2016

The Film4Climate Global Video Competition invites young aspiring film makers from all over the world to showcase their talents. Send in a video on climate action which could be a Public Service Advert/ Infomercial or a Short Film. Submissions open on 15 June.

Deadline: 30 September 2016
Prize: Cash, Software and Equipment
Ceremony Venue: UNFCCC COP22 meeting in Morocco, December 2016
More info: connect4climate.org


19 June
Digital Workshop – Explore Islamic Patterns

Use smartphones to explore beautiful and complex patterns on Islamic objects in Room 34. Then create your own design inspired by what you’ve discovered. To secure a place sign up on the day of the session at the Samsung Digital Discovery Centre.

Venue: Samsung Centre, British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG
Time: 11.00 AM – 1.00 PM and 2.00 PM – 4.00 PM
Fee: Free, limited places.

Through to 25 June
On Palestine – Photographs by Annie Pfingst 2007-2014

Opening with Ilan Pappe (University of Exeter) and Annie Pfingst. Supported by the European Centre for Palestine Studies, Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies as part of the AHRC project on Gender and Settler Colonialism: Women’s Oral Histories in the Naqab.

Venue: The Walkway Gallery, Exeter Phoenix, Gandy Street, Exeter EX4 3LS
Time: 5.00 PM – 7.00 PM

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