No congregational Salah & No Jummah Salah
Madrasah has moved to online learning
For any inquiries please email the Masjid on firstname.lastname@example.org
The ‘Night of Deliverance’ is on the fifteenth day of the month of Sha’ban and it is during this blessed night when people are forgiven by Allah. It is for this reason that the night is called ‘The night of Baraa’at’ (the night in which judgement of salvation from Jahannam and punishment is passed).
However, one should bear in mind that despite there being a number of Ahadith declaring the virtue of this month; they are in actual fact weak. Nevertheless, the virtues of this night are regarded as being authentic due to the sheer number of narrations and this is the general view of scholars. It is narrated from Abdullah Ibn Amr (RA) that the Prophet of Allah (saw) said: “Allah looks with special attention towards His creation on the fifteenth night of Sha’baan and forgives all his servants except two categories of people; the person who hates others, and a murderer.” It has been proven that this night holds a certain importance, and we should aim to spend some time on this night worshipping Allah, and asking Him for a good future. While it is not firmly established that the Prophet (saw) fasted on this night due to it being Laylatul Baraa’at, it is well known that he would fast for the middle three days of the month, i.e. the 13th, 14th and 15th. If one fasts on this night to fulfil a Sunnah and coincide with this night’s blessing, it would be very worthwhile and more rewarding Inshallah.
Dear parents, Assalamu Alaikum,
Thursday 19th March 2020
In light of the spread of the Corona virus in our country and after consultation with our Imams, medical professionals and trustees, Al Qalam Academy, with a heavy heart has decided to suspend the Madrasah from Friday 20th March 2020.
Please note this is a temporary suspension and the Madrassah will provisionally reopen when the medical professionals and our government decide it is safe to do so. We will keep you updated via text message.
The Madrasah however, will move to online learning from Monday 23rd March 2020. Each student will be given a 30-minute time slot with the teacher with a maximum of 5 students per designated slot. We have chosen “Zoom” as our online platform and request all parents to download the app or use via laptop/pc/tablet from your home. You will receive a text message with a time slot and a link to the teacher. Parents are requested to supervise and ask your children to sit down at the fixed time, also spend at least 30 minutes studying before going online with the teacher.
We pray that Allah Ta’ala grants humanity ease, patience and safety from all harm. Ameen.
If you need more information please contact the Madrasah office on 0121 565576, it will be open during Madrasah hours, however if our offices are closed due to a public lockdown, you can continue to contact the office on email@example.com and 07923967050.
Mawlana Yaqoob Bhat
Talk in English every Friday at 12.50 pm – 1.30pm
Once a month in English for brothers & sisters Sat after Isha
Tafseer of Quran in Urdu every 2nd Wednesday after Maghrib (8pm)
for brothers every Friday 8pm for sisters every Monday at 10 am