British Values and Islam A 3 Part Series by Dr Imtiaz Gulamali Thursday 6, 13 and 20 December 2018Continue Reading
The Ladies Commitee of The KSIMC of London invite all Ladies to celebrate the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon him) On Sunday 9 December 2018 at 5.00pm – 7.30pm At the Husaini Islamic Centre, Wood Lane, StanmoreContinue Reading
Hujjat Islamic Studies is pleased to announce a new module entitled ‘The Silk Route’ Delivered by Br Iqbal Asaria At Hujjat Islamic Centre, Stanmore on Wednesday evenings at 7.45 pm (14 Nov, 21 Nov, 28 Nov, 5 Dec and 12 Dec) The five sessions will be 1. The Historic Silk Route 2. The Role of […]Continue Reading
An app called Slido was successfully used at our Property General Meeting in September with a view to use the technology more frequently.Continue Reading
Come and learn more about mental health and how to better support your family and/or students.Continue Reading
Gujarati classes for adults (gents and ladies) of all abilities starting Monday 1st October 7.30pm at Hujjat Stanmore. Free, with sign up required, at goo.gl/1uByntContinue Reading
Join us for our Friday social before Muharram. Timings: 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM 11+ 9:30 – 11:00 PM for 18+ (U18’s welcome to continue with activities during this time) Date: Friday 31 August 2018 Chill with Sheikhs in the Baraza corner if you’re over 18 and have informal discussions on the most current social […]Continue Reading
Dear Members Salaam Alaykum We are pleased to announce that Shaykh Jaffer Ladak will be joining us at Hujjat Stanmore as our new Resident Aalim for at least the next two years. Shaykh Jaffer has been studying in the Hawza in Karbala for the last few years. He is currently completing his Masters in Islamic […]Continue Reading
Eclipses of the Moon happen when the Sun, Earth and Moon are aligned to form an almost or exact straight line.
During a Total Lunar Eclipse, the Sun, Earth and Moon form a straight line. The Earth blocks any direct sunlight from reaching the Moon. The Sun is behind the Earth, so the Sun’s light casts the Earth’s shadow on the Moon. This shadow covers the entire Moon and causes a Total Lunar Eclipse. The next Total Lunar Eclipse is on Friday 27 July 2018 and is visible in London, UK. This eclipse will also be the longest total lunar eclipse.
Eclipse begins on 27 July at 20:50
Maximum Eclipse at 21:21: Moon is closest to the center of the shadow.
Total Eclipse ends at 23:19Continue Reading