Tuesday, 02 September 2014  6 Dhu al Qadah 1435
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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
CoEJ LDP 2014

CoEJ LDP 2014

The Council of European Jamaats is pleased to launch the 2014 Leadership Development Programme. The programme shall be held over…

The Khojas - A Journey of Faith London Screening

The Khojas - A Journey of Faith London Screening

  Have you ever wondered how the actions of your ancestors have shaped the way you live today?  Now is…

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We, the undersigned UK Shia organisations, strongly condemn the atrocities being carried out by terrorists in Iraq, including the horrific massacres targeting Sunni worshipers at a mosque in Diyala on 22 August and the massacre that targeted Shia worshippers at a mosque in Baghdad on 25 August. We call on the Iraqi government to bring the perpetrators – whoever they may be – to justice as soon as possible.


Secretariat - Statements

Mustafa Jaffer

The spread of injustice across the globe is worrying to say the very least; whichever part of the world you face, innocent lives are being lost and blood is being inexplicably spilt. The feeling of helplessness to aid those suffering is bruising to many a heart, particularly for those of us living in the west. However, there is one unanimous act that each and every one of us can unite in performing in order to provide solace to the victims; that is prayer. Essentially, this ‘prayer for peace’ event wanted to emphasise that regardless of faith and background, God is universal and listens to all his creation.

The diversity of faiths coming together to this event was refreshing. Representatives of Islam – both Sunni and Shia – joined Christian Reverends, Jewish Rabbis and Hindu representatives to unite in condemning the vile atrocities occurring on a daily basis; something religious leaders have been criticised for doing a lack thereof in the past. To hold hands in prayer to a supernatural deity to alleviate the troubles of the oppressed, is a simple, yet powerful action which defies the oppressors.


Members - KSIMC of London (Hujjat)

The Council of European Jamaats is pleased to launch the 2014 Leadership Development Programme.


The programme shall be held over two weekends:

13-14 September & 27th-28th September in the UK.

Cost : £400 full price
Early bird offer of £350 for applications submitted by 28 July 2014.

(CoEJ subsidy of up to £200 available for those who require financial assistance) 
Your local Jamaat may also sponsor you.


Secretariat - Courses



Have you ever wondered how the actions of your ancestors have shaped the way you live today?  Now is the perfect time to find out more about the history of Khojas.

Following the success of the Birmingham Screening, CoEJ & WF are pleased to present the London Screening of 'The Khojas: A Journey of Faith'.


Secretariat - Courses

hilalThe Astronomical New Moon is on Monday 25 August 2014 at 1513 BST.  The crescent cannot be seen anywhere on this day. On Tuesday 26 August 2014, the crescent can be seen in South America and Africa.

For the Muqallideen of Ayatullah Sistani, 1st Zilqaad 1435AH will be on Thursday, 28 August 2014. As for the Muqallideen of Marhum Ayatullh Khui, 1st Zilqaad will be on Wedenesday, 27 August 2014.

Crescent Sighting - Announcements

mamt footballThe results for the 2014 Mulla Asghar Memorial Tournament are as follows:








Sports - News

After tasty french toast for breakfast came the tiring part of the day, 'classes'. In classes, we learnt about the similarities between the nafs and the Hulk as they both take over the intellect in anger. We also learn about how the media misguides and misinforms people about Islam. FInally we learnt about why slavery is not allowed morally now days, but was practiced during the time of the Prophet, and how the Prophet showed kindness and hospitality.

We then had sports. We thought we would swim, but due to, cough cough, the weather, it was cancelled. The weather turned last minute, and was just fine, and many campers wanted to go. We improvised and played the volleyball, football and basketball tournaments. We won football and volleyball, but lost basketball. Ah well, "with great victory comes great sacrifice".

In PDT, we first did some quizzes, which were interesting and intriguing. The lateral thinking was much harder than finding the landmarks. We then had two profiles of the admin team, Kulsoom Aunty and Ghalib Uncle, which received a lot of attention. As usual, we had the camp news, daily news and postbag, thanks for all your messages, we are receiving them all. Our PDT session ended with a long, heated debate between Venus and Neptune. The motion of the debate was "Kids should do chores" and Neptune was proposing. Both sides were strong, but the proposing team won.

We are doing really well on points, including sports and PDT alike. Our most thanks go to Kulsoom aunty, our wonderful cook who provides us with amazing, tasty foods. Today the meal was pizza, her signature dish which was pretty BEAST. We are really looking forward to the theme park tomorrow and can't wait to tell you people about it.

And with that...good night.

Click here to view photos from day 8...

Click here to view the postbag...

Camp CoEJ 2014: Sweden - Camp Diary

coej logoIn pursuant to clause 16.1 of the Constitution, notice was previously given that the Conference of The Council of European Jamaats will be held Insha’Allah on:

Date: 6 September 2014
Time: 10.00am registration (meeting to commence at 10.30am)
Theme: The Road to Self Sufficiency
Place: Husaini Islamic Centre, Wood Lane, Stanmore, HA7 4LQ (Google Maps Link)


Secretariat - Information

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 Explaining Islam to Others


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