Date : 13th Dec 2009
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Speakers Tour 2009 by Sheikh Yusha Evans
Title: Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll
Date: 10th November 2009
Time : 6.00pm
Our youth is the most testing time of our lives. We live in a time where we can forget the basic principles of the Islamic religion as we become engulfed into the metropolitan way of life. Not a day goes by without us being faced with a dilemma or a problem that can compromise our values. Even those of us who don’t believe in religion or take it seriously become trapped in an empty monotony know as “modern day living”. Today we are students…Tomorrow we are workers of the world…Some of us will remain followers…Others will become leaders……What we do with our youth marks who we are destined to be in our futures… Where do you stand?
Charity Week is one week (26/10/2009-1/11/2009) in the year, where Islamic societies, colleges, schools, community associations and businesses from across UK and Ireland come together to raise crazy amounts of money for orphans and needy children around the world!
“And they feed for the love of Allah, the indigent, the orphan and the captive. We feed you for the sake of Allah alone: no reward do we desire from you, nor thanks” (Quran Surah Al-Insaan:8)
The value and reward of charity is immense in Islam and there are countless Qur’anic ayahs and Hadith which commend acts of charity and explain how it should be an integral part of our lives. One such example is that which can be found in Surah al-Hadeed: 18 which states:
"Indeed the men who give Sadaqah (voluntary charity) and the women who give Sadaqah (all of them) are lending a goodly loan to Allah; the return for them will be increased; and for them shall be an exquisite reward."
ONE Week ONE Cause ALL the Difference
Time & Date: Venue: Boole 2 Lecture Theater, UCC main Campus Cost: Free Admission (InsyaAllah Food & Refreshments will be provided)
Time & Date:
Venue: Boole 2 Lecture Theater, UCC main Campus
Cost: Free Admission (InsyaAllah Food & Refreshments will be provided)
A one day course for Brothers & Sisters that will exploring the lives of some of the greatest women of all time. It seeks to enlighten the hearts, minds and souls of students, youth, parents & elders in the West. It is through the wonderful examples of the Mothers of the Believers that we can achieve a correct and balanced understanding when approaching issues such as building the Islamic family, social life, working, parenting and raising children.
Maryam: The Blessed Virgin & Mother of Jesus ( )
Assiyah: Wife of the Pharaoh
Umm Musa: Against all odds
Khadijah bint Khuwalid: First of the Believers
Aa’isha bint Abu-Bakr: A Marriage with purpose
Hafsah bint Umar: Custodian of the Qur’an
What will you come out at the end of the course?
To provide students with the Islamic view on how to raise a family with good Islamic values.
To give insight on how are a much-valued members of the society and that Islam holds them with high regards.
To instill confidence in Muslim students that they should be proud of great individuals from the past who should be there role models.
To enlighten audience on how women should be treated and respected.
Tremendous boost to your emaan.
Who is this course for?
Every Muslim who dearly loves his/her Deen and wants to know more about its great personalities.
For every dae’ who wishes to understand the practical application of Islam as understood by the best of the best of women.
For every Muslim who wishes to others the knowledge of history.
For youth seeking brave, courageous & intelligent role models.
For Non-Muslim who wish to learn about famous Islamic personalities
Speaker: Ustadh Uthman Lateef
Ustadh Uthman Lateef has a BA (Hons) in History, an MA (Dist) in Crusader Studies, an MPhil and is currently completing a PhD on The Place of Fada’il al-Quds (The Merits of Jerusalem) & Religious Poetry in the Muslim effort to recapture Jerusalem during the Crusades. He holds an Isobel Thornley Fellowship from the . He is also partly teaching the Crusades and Eastern Mediterranean, 1095-1291 .
Uthman Lateef is currently the joint khateeb (sermoniser) at Stoke Poges Lane Mosque and , Slough. He has delivered talks in dozens of universities for many years including Aston University, University of Birmingham, University of Manchester, , Newcastle University, SOAS, Royal Holloway University, Queen Mary University, University College of London, Cardiff University, University of East London, Goldsmiths University among many others. He is a renowned speaker that is known for his academic qualifications in history.. He is the director of the Hittin institute and is also an instructor for Tayyibun Institute for the teachings of Qur’an & Sunnah and Al-Wasatiyyah Foundation for Research & Revival.All MCS members, brothers and sisters are welcomed to join this event
Alhamdulillah (thank ALlah), once again Ramadhan has come. It is a month full of lessons and sacrifies which ALlah gives only for His 'abd (servant).
MCS commitee of 2009/10 would like to wish all MCS members and non-members Ramadhan Kareem and pray that this Ramadhan would be a better Ramadhan for each and everyone of us insyaAllah...
a) Toothbrush and toothpaste
b) Milk formula for babies and infants
c) Nutritional food
e) Books and educational materials
f) Stationeries, school bags
g) Any means in which your company could provide us (eg. free shipping, technical support, flight tickets etc)Please feel free to contact us for further information:
Charity sees the need and not the cause. Therefore, regardless of our political differences, religion, race, country and regardless who we are, there are people in need out there and it is our duty to help. Don't worry, as the purse is emptied, the heart is filled.
So, please do join us and give us your support!
We are providing an alternative way of donation via banking. You can either do it online or lodge in your donation into our account. The details are as follows:
If you are interested in making a donation, you may do so through any one of our three bank accounts that are based in these three countries; UK, Ireland and Malaysia.
Name:Persatuan Perubatan Islam Malaysia
For United Kingdom:
Name:Miss A Fozi
Allied Irish Bank
Thank you so much for your kindness. May Allah reward you generously.
For more information please visit http://crm09.blogspot.com/
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UCC Muslim Cultural Society
Proudly presents to you..
Muslimah Night 09
A Celebration Of The Beautifully Made
Date : 23rd February 2009
Time : 6.30 to 9.30 p.m
Venue : Boole 2, UCC
There will be
1) Muslimah Fashion Show
2) Talent Show Competition
3) Short Video Presentation
This event is especially dedicated in celebrating womanhood and and strengthening the ukhwa (sisterhood) . So expect a night of fun where you can kick-back and relax after a long day's work. The event is also hoped to provide a platform for sisters to widen their social circle by meeting new friends.
So, spread the news to your mothers, daughters, sisters, colleagues, housemates, neighbours, and classmates! All are invited, Muslims and Non-Muslims. But remember to invite LADIES ONLY!
If there is anyone interested in joining Talent Show Competition, you can contact sister Fatin at 0851330870. There is a prize for the best performance of the night!
Concerning the attack of the Israel towards the Palestine, MUSLIM CULTURAL SOCIETY is really concern to help to collect donation for the aid of the injured civilians. The program is hoped to maximize the collection and the contribution will be channeled to the Islamic Relief Organizations for them to buy medical supply to aid Palestinians. MUSLIM CULTURAL SOCIETY will join venture with CORK UMNO CLUB to enhance the force of work. Please join us and make contribution. You can participate through few ways
Acc. Name: Kelab UMNO Cork
Acc. No. : 13453099
NSC : 930121
IBAN No. : IE41 AIBK 93012113453099
Swift Code: AIBKIE2DCharity sees the need and not the cause. Therefore, regardless of our political differences, religion, race, country and regardless who we are, there are people in need out there and it is our duty to help. Don't worry, as the purse is emptied, the heart is filled.
So far hundreds of civilians have been killed in Gaza. Five sisters in one family, four other children in another home, two children on a cart drawn by a donkey. Universities, colleges, police stations, roads, apartment buildings were all targeted. The UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian areas issued a statement that "The Israeli air-strikes on the Gaza Strip represent severe and massive violations of international humanitarian law as defined in the Geneva Conventions, both in regard to the obligations of an Occupying Power and in the requirements of the laws of war."
If Gaza Falls:
Gaza massacres must spur us to action:
(2) Contact local media. Write letters to editors (usually 100-150 words) and longer op-eds (usually 600-800 words) for local newspapers. But also write to news departments in both print, audio, and visual media about their coverage. In the US http://tinyurl.com/2jxwf You can find media listings in your country using search engines like google.
(3) Contact elected and other political leaders in your country to urge them to apply pressure to end the attacks. In the US, Contact the State Department at 202.647.5291, the White House 202-456-1111 the Egyptian Embassy 202.895.5400, Email (email@example.com) and the Obama Transition Team 202-540-3000 (then press 2 to speak with a staff member).
(4) Organize and join demonstrations in front of Israeli and Egyptian embassies or when not doable in front of your parliament, office of elected officials, and any other visible place (and do media work for it).
(5) Hold a teach-in, seminar, public dialogue, documentary film viewing etc. this is straightforward: you need to decide venue, nature, if any speakers, and do some publicity (the internet helps).
(6) Pass out fliers with facts and figures about Palestine and Gaza in your community (make sure also to mention its relevance to the audience: e.g, US taxpayers paying for the carnage, increase in world instability and economic uncertainty).
(7) Put a Palestinian flag at your window.
(8) Wear a Palestinian head scarf (Koufiya)
(9) Wear Black arm bands (this helps start conversations with people).
(10) Send direct aid to Gaza through the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA). http://www.un.org/unrwa/
(11) Initiate boycotts, divestments and sanctions at all levels and including asking leaders to expel the Israeli ambassadors (an ambassador of an apartheid and rogue state). See Palestinian call http://tinyurl.com/94aafw
(12) Work towards bringing Israeli leaders before war crime courts (actions along those lines in courts have stopped Israeli leaders from traveling abroad to some countries like Britain where they may face charges).
(13) Calling upon all Israelis to demonstrate in front of their war ministry and to more directly challenge their government
(14) Do outreach: to neighbours and friends directly. Via Internet to a lot of others (you can join and post information to various listservs/groups).
(15) Start your own activist group or join other local groups (simple search in your city with the word Palestine could identify candidate groups that have previously worked on issues of Palestine). Many have also been successful in at bringing coalitions from different constituencies in their local areas to work together (human rights group, social and civil activists, religious activists, etc).
(16) Develop a campaign of sit-ins at government offices or other places where decision makers aggregate.
(17) Do a group fast for peace one day and hold it in a public place.
(18) Visit Palestine (e.g. with http://www.sirajcenter.org)
(19) Support human rights and other groups working on the ground in Palestine.
(20) Make large signs and display them at street corners and where ever people congregate.
(21) Contact local churches, mosques, synagogues, and other houses of worship and ask them to take a moral stand and act. Call on your mosque to dedicate this Friday for Gaza actions.
(22) Sign petitions for Gaza, e.g. http://tinyurl.com/8nt5on
(23) Write and call people in Gaza, they need to hear from the outside world.
(24) Work with other groups that do not share your political views (factionalism and excessive divisions within activist communities allowed those who advocate war to succeed).
(25) Dedicate a certain time for activism for peace every day (1 hour) and think of more actions than what are listed above.
(26) Urge your local radio talk shows and news editors to call any of us here in Palestine to report live what is happening on the ground.
For support and contacts of people in Gaza or to volunteer, please contact the Palestinian Center for Rapprochement Between People, via firstname.lastname@example.org, or call +1-989-607-9480 (from the US and Canada) or +972-2-277-2018 (from other places).
Please feel free to suggest more actions to save Gaza.
Protest against the Israeli bombing of Gaza
Venue: Daunt Square, Cork City (junction of Patrick Street and Grand Parade)
Time: 1:00 PM
Come along and express your horror at the attack on Gaza.
If you can, bring a home-made poster or banner -- but come -- and bring your
family and friends.
MCS urging those who are concern about this issue to join IPSC in this protest.