The Islamic Society of Britain

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Ayah Magazine - December 2021 Issue

Asalama’laikum Everyone,

We now have the long awaited new edition of our Ayah magazine!

InshAllah its dynamic mix of articles from our contributors will inspire and engage you over the holidays.

There are article on faith, history, relationships, arts and COP26 as well as personal reflections on Christmas and the Campus residential. 

Thank you to all the wonderful team that have helped get this edition done. 

Please get in touch with me if you would like to be part of the team for the next edition. 

InshAllah hope this benefits you all and have a happy and healthy holiday!

Farah Morley
Editor, Ayah Magazine

Campus Monthly Development Circle - Wednesday 26th January, 20:00-21:30

Monthly Development Circle

Wednesday 26th January
20:00-21:30

Open to anyone aged 17-26 years old!

Topic 1: The Importance of Facilitation (Taysir)
How Can It Help Us?

Topic 2: Islam in Secondary Schools
Commonly Held Views and Questions

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Meeting ID: 874 2556 6527

ISB Members Study Circle - Friday 28th January, 20:00-21:30

Friday 28th January, 20:00-21:30

How Important is Love in Islam?

Batool Al-Toma

Quran Recitation: Khadeejah Muslim

Chair and Reminder: Memuna Chaudhry 

Discussion on ISB Projects: Khalid Anis and Sahdia Salim

It will be warm and welcoming IA!

Grab a cup of tea, put on your slippers, switch on your camera and let’s have a virtual ISB circle IA! 

Please register in advance

Launch of New Project!

ISB Classical to Contemporary Learning Modules

You can now access key courses on the Transformational Youth Leadership Programme:

  • Modules have been broken down into short 20 minute sections to suit our busy lives
  • Fascinating topics critical to developing an understanding of how to live faithfully today are available in an easy to use format

Courses include:

  • The Spiritual Code 
  • The Imams and the Madha’ib
  • Slavery
  • Human Rights
  • Gender Ethics 

To access:

Log onto tylp.org, sign in, find ‘All courses’ and click on ‘All categories’ to find the ‘ISB Classical to Contemporary’ modules

More modules will be uploaded in the near future

Alternatively all courses are available in a non modular fashion on https://youtube.com/user/BritIslam

Do enjoy and do share!

Who we are

We are individuals. We are volunteers – people offering time, skill and resource in many areas of the country. We are British, who want to take care of our country, its people and values. We are a membership body of Muslims, who put together projects and offer services inspired by our faith, to help, serve and bring good for all people.

Membership fees and charitable contributions fund the vast majority of our work, the remainder coming from funds raised for projects, and individuals donating their time and resources towards our aims.

What we do

The Islamic Society of Britain has played an important and positive part in how British Muslims think about their faith.

Some of our innovative activities often broke new ground, emboldening and empowering many others to create projects of their own.

The official aims of the Islamic Society of Britain are:

Campus

Campus provides 16 - 25 year olds a space to explore their faith
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Young Muslims

YM educates 9 - 16 year olds through fun activities
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Schools Project

The ISB Schools project provides interactive workshops in schools
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