Ride 4 Your Mosque 2017
Following last year's success, we are delighted to announce the return of the popular Ride 4 Your Mosque for 2017. This initiative encourages the community to take up cycling for a healthier lifestyle, as well as support our fundraising to help the Mosque become debt free. Join us for a fun-filled, health-boosting ride along a beautiful route. Saturday 29th April 2017 Time: 10.00am till 5.00pm Route: East London Mosque to Box Hill, Surrey Fundraising Target £300 Registration Fee £30 (includes, full training, food, transportation, support team and vehicle & celebratory meal) ***Prize for top fundraiser: 1 Umrah Ticket*** Register Now www.eastlondonmosque.org.uk Male only event (16+ years) For more info email us at email@example.com or call on 0207 650 3000 You don’t have to ride to take part in this event. Support the initiative by making a donation at www.justgiving.com/ride4elm This initiative is supported by: Hope & Knowledge, Go Hajji (Air Express), KHF and Muslim Hands
4/29/2017 10:00:00 AM +01:000.0000
Born to Die. What's Your Legacy?
You are alone in your grave, nothing except your good deeds can help you now, and more importantly the legacy you’ve left behind. Those of your righteous sons and daughters, friends and family who remember to make dua for you after you die, will indeed, be a light for you in your grave. Leaving a legacy for yourself is often overlooked – we are too occupied with our busy lives – to think about what we will leave behind, and how it will benefit us in the Hereafter. Making a difference to the lives of others, relieving the suffering of even one person, raising righteous children or leaving behind the knowledge that benefits people; those are legacies we should all be leaving behind. For surely, we will be questioned by Allah on the Day of Judgement – what did you do with your time? Want to know how you can leave the best legacy behind? Then join us for an unmissable event with Shaykh Yasir Qadhi, who will explain the fundamentals of leaving behind a legacy that will bear fruit for years to come. Topics Include: • Raising good children • Increasing your knowledge & imaan • How to give more in charity • The Prophet’s Legacy Limited Tickets! Tickets are £5 only with all proceeds going towards the Mosque. You can buy your it from this link here: https://born-legacy.eventbrite.co.uk or alternative buy it from the Mosque reception. This event is open to all with separate seating facility. Food and refreshments available. Children under the age of 10 years old are free to attend. This is in aid of Human Appeal's winter campaign. For more information about the event, vist the Mosque's website at www.eastlondonmosque.org.uk or you can call 020 7650 3000 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
12/10/2016 1:00:00 PM +00:000.0000
ELM Football Tournament 2016
The East London Mosque’s annaul football tournament returns for 2016. The tournament has been a huge success in previous years with many teams oversubscribed. Teams took part from all over London. We hope to make the 2016 tournament even bigger and better. The football tournament will take place on: Date: Saturday 23rd May 2015 Location: Mile End Leisure Centre, 190 Burdett Road, E3 4HL Time: 9.30am. Entry Fee: £70 per team This is a 5-a-side tournament with 2 subs (optional), but 5 players is a must. Payment can be made through www.justgiving.com/elmft2016 or you can make arrangements to pay in cash. £70 entry fee per team. Deadline for registration is on Wed 15th Aug. First come, first served basis. All proceeds will go towards the Mosque in helping to become debt free. To Register: www.eastlondonmosque.org.uk For more info contact: email@example.com, or call 07903 605 894
8/20/2016 10:00:00 AM +01:000.0000
21st Anniversary Commemoration of the Srebrenica Genocide
The East London Mosque and London Muslim Centre in conjunction with the Bosnia Heritage Foundation present: 21st Anniversary Commemoration of the Srebrenica Genocide Exhibition Launch - “Don’t Forget About Us: A Journey Through Europe’s Muslim Heritage” Commemorating the 21st anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide, the single greatest atrocity in Europe since the Second World War. The commemoration will feature the launch of a new exhibition at the Maryam Centre by Tharik Hussain with a dedicated segment on Srebrenica by Bosnian photographer Jasmin Agovic.
7/11/2016 6:30:00 PM +01:000.0000
Muslim Charity Run
Coming together for good causes! The East London Mosque is delighted to announce the return of the popular 5km community fun run for 2016; ‘the Muslim Charity Run. Join us for this fun run and help raise funds for good causes across the globe. The run itself is for men and boys of all ages, and of any faith or none; however, all are welcome at the park on the day. Run for charity, run for fitness, run for fun! Perfect for a day out with family and friends, charity runs are great opportunities to get active, keep fit and enjoy the day in the great surroundings – all for a good cause. The East London Mosque has organised highly successful fun runs in Tower Hamlets in each of the last four years, helping to improve health and to raise funds. The run opened other Muslim charities. The objectives are: to promote healthier lifestyles to help other Muslim charities raise funds for good causes Islam places great emphasis on the blessings of one’s health and on taking measures to maintain and enhance it. Now people can take part, improve their health, and choose one of UK registered Muslim charities to support. Approved Muslim Charities Each approved charity will be guaranteed places for the run; a minimum registration fee will go towards the cost of running the event. Charities will have greater engagement with their stakeholders through this fun event, raising funds alongside others in a spirit of cooperation. About the Run This is set to be one the biggest Muslim charity runs, building on the four years of success. Hundreds of runners are expected from all age groups, from children to senior citizens. The run will take place in Tower Hamlets’ Victoria Park, recognised for its heritage, sports facilities, walkways and lake, on Sunday 8th May 2016. Prefer to register offline? Ideally please register using the website, but if you prefer call the East London Mosque on 020 7650 3000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a paper version of the registration form.
5/8/2016 10:00:00 AM +01:000.0000
ANGRY WHITE PEOPLE: Coming Face to Face with the British Far Right
Order tickets via Eventbrite: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/angry-white-people-coming-face-to-face-with-the-british-far-right-tickets-22464903130?aff=efbevent “Invasion”. “Threat to Western civilisation”. “Islamic Republic”. These are words frequently banded about by some politicians and sections of the media to describe war-fleeing asylum seekers, vulnerable refugees and Muslim communities across Europe. But it is the muscle of a minority in the white working-class that racist ideologists have depended upon, to put racism on the street. So who are those angry white men and women rallying around far right causes? What has driven them to think and act the way they do? Angry White People is an attempt to understand what lies behind people’s anger and hatred. It documents how individuals from decaying working-class communities are drawn into the politics of despair. It shows how a variety of migrant and ethnic minority communities cope with and resist racism.
4/26/2016 5:30:00 PM +00:000.0000
Ride 4 Your Mosque
The East London Mosque is pleased to announce its first ever cycle ride event. Inspired by the success of Run 4 Your Mosque, our brand new initiative, ‘Ride 4 Your Mosque’, encourages the community to take up cycling for a healthier lifestyle, as well as support our fundraising to help the Mosque become debt free. Join us for a fun-filled, health-boosting ride along a beautiful route. Families are welcome to cheer the riders at the finish line. Registration Fee: £20 per person Fundraising Target: £200 Prize for top Fundraisier: iPad Route: Windsor Castle to East London Mosque REGISTER NOW www.eastlondonmosque.org.uk You dont have to ride to take part in this event. Support the initiative by making a donation at www.justgiving.com/ride4elm For more info call us on 020 7650 3008 or email at email@example.com This event is supported by Hope & Knowledge
3/20/2016 10:00:00 AM +00:000.0000
Habits of the People of Jannah
An inspiring fundraising event to help the mosque become debt free, includes auction and talk by… Speakers: Shaykh Riad Ouarzazi, Canada Shaykh Waleed Abdulhakeem, Canada Shaykh Muhammad Jibreel, world renowned Qur’an reciter, Egypt Saturday 27th February 2016, 5.45pm (after Maghrib) (Maghrib & ‘Isha salah will be led by Shaykh Mohammad Jibreel) Free Event | Men: ELM Main Hall | Women: Maryam Centre 2nd Floor For more info contact 020 7650 3000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2/27/2016 5:45:00 PM +00:000.0000
HAJJ: THE FIFTH PILLAR Circling the House of God Martin Lings
Order tickets via Eventbrite: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/hajj-the-fifth-pillar-circling-the-house-of-god-martin-lings-tickets-19385265852?aff=efbevent Private screening of the film: Circling the House of God, reflections on the Hajj, Martin Lings. In this half-an-hour documentary, Martin Lings relates of his first Hajj in the 1940's which is accompanied by old, black and white footage from Mecca. The original beauty and simplicity of the Hajj is brought to the viewer through the sheer presence and eloquence of Lings' narrative.
11/27/2015 5:45:00 PM +00:000.0000
HAJJ:THE FIFTH PILLAR Journey to Mecca: In the footsteps of Ibn Battuta
Order tickets via Eventbrite: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/hajjthe-fifth-pillar-journey-to-mecca-in-the-footsteps-of-ibn-battuta-tickets-19383505587?aff=efbevent Private Screening of the film: Journey to Mecca, in the footsteps of Ibn Battuta Journey to Mecca: In the Footsteps of Ibn Battuta is the extraordinary adventure story of a young scholar named Ibn Battuta and his epic and perilous journey in 1325 from Morocco to Mecca to perform the Hajj – one of the longest running and most spectacular gatherings of people on earth. We witness the Hajj in the 14th century and by over three million people today. Through unprecedented access, audiences will enter the Grand Mosque of Mecca itself. Ibn Battuta did not return home for almost 30 years. He visited 44 countries and journeyed three times further then Marco Polo, becoming one of the greatest travelers in history. The International Astronomical Union named a crater on the moon in his honor.
11/20/2015 5:45:00 PM +00:000.0000
An Audience with Arno Michaelis IV Former White Supremacist Leader
Order tickets via Eventbrite: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-audience-with-arno-michaelis-iv-former-white-supremacist-leader-tickets-19313989663?aff=efbevent A rare and unique opportunity to hear first-hand of Arno Michaelis’s past involvement with the white supremacist movement and his quest for dialogue and understanding; also offering his take on the symbiosis of Da’ish (ISIS) and the Far-Right. From the age of 17 Arno Michaelis was deeply involved in the white power movement. He was a founding member of what became the largest racist skinhead organisation in the world; a reverend of self-declared Racial Holy War; and lead singer of the race-metal band Centurion, selling over 20,000 CDs to racists round the world. Author of My Life After Hate, he now works to engage young people of all backgrounds as peacemakers.
11/5/2015 6:30:00 PM +00:000.0000
British Muslims, Public Policy & Securitisation
Order tickets via Eventbrite: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/british-muslims-public-policy-securitisation-tickets-18474515774?aff=efbevent Examining recent policies and developments concerning British Muslims, the modalities of Muslim representation and the impact of policy decisions namely around extremism and securitisation, education, identity and Islamophobia. The seminar will explore calling for a public discourse and policy approach towards British Muslims that is fair and just. SPEAKERS: 1. AbdoolKarim A. Vakil Lecturer in Contemporary Portuguese History and Head of Department for Portuguese, Spanish, and Latin American Studies / Department of History, King's College London. Author of Thinking Through Islamophobia: Global Perspectives (Hurst, 2011). 2. Dr Daniel Nilsson DeHanas Lecturer of Political Science and Religion at King’s College London. He has previously held research positions at the University of Bristol and the University of Kent. His publications include ‘A System of Self- Appointed Leaders? : Examining Modes of Muslim Representation in Britain,’ (with S. Jones, T. O’Toole, T. Modood, and N. Meer / British Journal of Politics and International Relations 2014). 3. Dr Shamim Miah Senior Lecturer at the School of Education, University of Huddersfield. Author, Muslims, Schooling and the Question of Self-Segregation (Palgrave, April 2015). 4. Professor Jeffery Haynes Associate Dean (Research), Head of the School of Social Sciences, Professor of Politics, and Director of the Centre for the Study of Religion, Conflict and Cooperation, London Metropolitan University. Author/editor of 38 books, recent publications include Faith-based Organisations at the United Nations (Palgrave, 2014) and Religion and Political Change in the Modern World (Routledge, 2014). Featuring also the release of a new book by: Dr Shamim Miah,Muslims, Schooling and the Question of Self-Segregation
10/2/2015 5:30:00 PM +00:000.0000