Haybridge High School​ visit to Zia-E-Madina Masjid

On the 30th June 2015, at Zia-e-Madina Masjid​ in Darlaston, we were blessed with two groups of visitors from Haybridge High School​. A beautiful opportunity to discuss Islam​ and universal spiritual wisdom that unites us all.

We must do more to build bridges and not walls. We are all members of the same Human Family, and the Holy Month of Ramadan is perfect time to reflect on this.

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Remembering Srebrenica Remembrance Service, Wolverhampton

Flier for Srebrenica service - July 2015

How wonderful! How tragic… Iraq in the 1950’s

When you see black flags….

Daesh flag“When you see the black flags, remain where you are and do not move your hands or your feet (i.e. stay put and don’t get involved with them).

Thereafter there shall appear a feeble insignificant folk. Their hearts will be like fragments of iron.

They will have the state.

They will fulfill neither covenant nor agreement.

They will call to the truth, but they will not be people of the truth.

Their names will be parental attributions, and their aliases will be derived from towns.

Their hair will be free-flowing like that of women.

This situation will remain until they differ among themselves.

Thereafter, Allah will bring forth the truth through whomsoever He wills.”

~ Ali ibn Abi Talib (may Allah bless him)

Kitab Al Fitan (Book of Tribulations) by Nu’aym ibn Hammad

Introducing Darth Phone…

Darth Phone

Interview about the Robert Doggart case on RT’s In The Now

Statement on the UK General Election

Congratulations to David Cameron and the Conservatives in securing a majority in the UK General Election.

The British People have put their trust in you to run the country over the next 5 years.

Keeping this in mind, we look forward to seeing the government making good on their election promises to the British People.

Paul Salahuddin Armstrong
Co-Director, The Association of British Muslims

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