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March 01, 2024

UK Islamic Mission | Empowering Muslim Women: Celebrating International Women’s Day

[UK Islamic Mission, 1st March 2024]: International Women’s Day (IWD), observed annually on March 8th, is a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. For Muslim women around the world, it holds particular significance as a day to recognise their contributions, advocate for their rights, and challenge stereotypes and biases.

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February 13, 2024

UK Islamic Mission Launches 2024 Ramadan Unity Iftaar Initiative

UK Islamic Mission (UKIM) proudly announces the commencement of the 2024 Ramadan Unity Iftaar initiative as the auspicious month of Ramadan approaches. Unity Iftaar, the breaking of fast for Muslims during Ramadan, will be celebrated across the UK in UKIM's mosques and branches.

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January 23, 2024

Press Release For World Hijab Day

Press Release for World Hijab Day (UK Islamic Mission: 23 January 2024) World Hijab Day Celebrates Diversity, Empowerment, and Understanding On February 1, 2024, UK Islamic Mission (UKIM) proudly supp…

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November 30, 2023

Dua for Fasting in Ramadan

Significance of Dua: Dua is an Arabic word for sincere supplication to Allah SWT. Dua is a weapon of the believer and the essence of worship. It was narrated that the Messenger of Allah (blessings a…

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November 26, 2023

How to Fast for Ramadan

Fasting is the fourth pillar of Islam and an obligatory act of worship. Allah (SWT) mentions fasting in the second chapter of the Quran: “O you who believe! Observing the fasting is prescribed for y…

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November 22, 2023

A Complete Guide to Ramadan in 2024

Ramadan is the most important time of the year for Muslims around the world. It’s a time for restraint, reflection and generosity - a time when families come together to celebrate their faith, shari…

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November 18, 2023

The Impact of the Gaza Crisis on Children

Children Being Killed “The smallest coffins are the heaviest” – Ernest Hemingway.  In this crisis, unfortunately, it is the children who are paying the heaviest price. Children make up about ha…

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October 28, 2023

Fundraising for UKIM

Kindly upload the following statement on UKIM’s website, thank you.

The UKIM is fully committed to providing urgent essential humanitarian aid to all those affected due by the current Gaza conflict.

UKIM is raising funds for its humanitarian response, is praying for an urgent ceasefire and political solution but do not support war.

UKIM has not authorised any third party and or any individual and or any group of individuals to raise any funds on behalf of UKIM, anyone doing so is acting in an individual capacity and is not authorised by UKIM to do so.

Executive Director
UK Islamic Mission

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October 14, 2023

Press Release: Conflict in the Holy Land

UK Islamic Mission, in line with our core educational and humanitarian objectives, and building good relations between communities, urges all parties in the Holy Land to bring an end to hostilities.

The Holy land has witnessed protracted violence and loss of lives for many decades, since the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands. Islam regards the killing and taking of any human life as a crime. Therefore; we unequivocally condemn attacks on any innocent civilians caught up in this conflict, and urge an immediate end to hostilities.

We are also concerned about the impact the hostilities may have on the community in the UK and in particular the faith communities. We urge our government to provide safety and security to both Jewish and Muslim communities. We note that the Home Secretary, the Right Honourable Suella Braverman KC, has issued guidance to Chief Constables on how to deal with potential incitement to hatred against Jewish members and synagogues living across the UK in her statement. We also urge people not to hold Jewish individuals and communities in the UK responsible for the actions of Israel.

However, we note that the Home Secretary, in her statement, has not afforded the same protection and concern for the Muslim community. Muslims across the UK are concerned that the manner of reporting of the conflict in the media will adversely impact individual Muslims and Islamic places of worship. This is not unusual as in recent years there have been a significant increase in Islamophobic hate crimes and attacks resulting in loss of life as well as damage to Mosques. We urge all those in positions of power to use language and undertake actions that will help de-escalate the situation in the UK, Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

Furthermore; it should be noted that freedom of speech is a corner stone of our democracy and therefore we see the erosion of these values as detrimental to all citizens of the UK.

In line with our humanitarian and religious values we urge all people to think about how they can help ease the situation and bring peace to the Holy Land and support relief efforts that will be underway to support people in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

In conclusion, we call upon Israelis, Palestinians, the UK Government, the United Nations and all external governments to support and bring about peaceful resolution to the conflict.

Notes to Editors:

UK Islamic Mission (UKIM) is a democratic humanitarian and educational organisation that has worked in the UK since 1962. We support 37 Islamic centres and Mosques across the UK. The mosques are operated locally and if any opinion expressed by attendees and or imams that does not align with the sentiments above and our core values and objects then we disassociate ourselves from those comments.

UKIM will be raising funds to support vulnerable people and families in the Holy Land following this escalation of violence.

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October 03, 2023

The Rohingya Crisis Continues - What Can You Do to Help?

The Muslims in Rohingya have faced persecution for many years and still do. They need your help. Our beloved Prophet Muhammad mentioned that 'Whoever relieves a Muslim of some worldly distress, Allah …

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