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Shrewsbury: +6min
Wolverhampton: +4min
Date 02/09 03/09
Imssak: 4.15 4.17
Fajr: 4.25 4.27
Sunrise: 6.21 6.22
Zohr: 1.12 1.11
Maghrib: 8.03 8.01

Upcoming Events

Thursday Night Programme
September 04, 2014 (19:45)

Friday Prayers
September 05, 2014 (13:11)

Fajr Prayer followed by Nyaz
September 06, 2014 (05:30)

Mehfil - Wiladat 8th Imam (as)
September 06, 2014 (19:54)

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KSIMC Birmingham

Madrasah Re-OpensTo: All Students, Parents and Teachers.

The Muhammadi Madrasah will be re-opening this Sunday at 10.00 for all students.

This is the final term of the academic year, and includes 14 teaching weeks.

Students, teachers and parents will insha-Allah have enjoyed a Summer break and be raring to go for a new term of learning this Autumn.

We look forwarding to seeing all our students on Sunday.

With Du'a,

Madrasah Management Team


Al Kauthar School in conjunction with Imam Ali Foundation, Al-Ayn Social Care Foundation and Al-Jawaad Centre of Birmingham are organising a Charity Marketplace on Sunday 6th September from 11am to 6pm at Mehfil-e-Abbas (as), Clifton Road.

The event will include BBQ, Multicultural Food, Raffles, Stalls for Families and Businesses to sell their goods, Children’s Toys, Clothes and Art Work and much more.

All money raised will be donated to the families who have fled their homes and who have been attacked by ISIS and as a result have lost everything and have now been left without any Health Services or Food Resources to this day.

All are invited to attend and support this noble cause.

انّا للہ و انّا الیه راجعون

"To Allah we belong, and to Him is our return". (Al-Baqarah 2:156)

Marhum Fida Hussein Asaria
(30th Aug 2014)

We regret to inform you of the sad demise of Marhum Fida Hussein Asaria who passed away yesterday, 30th Aug 2014.

The Funeral will take place today, 31st Aug 2014. Namaze Mayyit will be recited at 2.15 pm
the cortege will leave to arrive at the Handsworth Cemetery at 3.30 pm, Inshallah.

Mu'mineen are requested to recite Sura-e- Fateha & Namaz-e- Wahshat  for the Marhum. 


Overnight closures: 10pm to 6am

  • Monday 1st Sept to Monday 29th Sept

This summer, essential refurbishment work will be completed in order to bring the A38 St Chad's and Queensway tunnels through Birmingham up to modern European standards, improving safety and security.

Birmingham residents, businesses and visitors are advised that the St Chad’s and Queensway tunnels will be completely closed to all traffic from 10pm on Friday 18 July until 6am on Monday 1 September.

This year’s closures will be preceded by two weeks of overnight closures, from 10pm to 6am, and followed by up to four weeks of similar overnight closures.

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KSIMC of Birmingham organised a family event for its members at The Giant Screen, Millennium Point in Birmingham on Saturday 16 August 2014, screening the Film 'The Khojas - A Journey of Faith' produced by Mulla Asghar Resource Centre (MARC).

Click here to view the trailer of the documentary

This 120-minute film, directed by Dr Hasnain Walji, the former President of the World Federation, chronicles the 650-year journey of a small band of people from Sindh, Kutch and Kathiawar that has become a well organised Community spread all over the globe.With their genesis from a Hindu heritage, to a mystic faith called Satpanth which combined Sufi ideas with traces of Hindu belief, their subsequent conversion to the Nizari Ismaili path and eventually to follow the Ja’fari school of thought is a fascinating story of a journey of faith.The film vividly illustrates how a community managed to retain it’s faith in the crucible of culture traversing 4 continents in as many generations. The Khojas Shia Ithna-Asheris numbering less than 150,000 pale into insignificance in the context of 200 million Shia Ithna-Asheris worldwide. Yet they are perceived to have a presence and influence that far exceeds their size.
khoja article photo 3  Khoja article photo 4

The event attracted over 270 people, including community members from Peterborough, Leicester and London. Amongst the guests were Br Mujtaba Datoo (Member of the Documentary Advisory Board), Dr Hussein Jiwa (President of The Council of European Jamaats), Br Shan-e-Abbas Hassam (Secretary General of The World Federation) and Br Mohammed Walji (President of Leicester Jamaat).

The thrilled attendees provided the following feedback and reflections after the screening:

Birmingham launched the e-commerce on line trading package in the early part of this year. This package has been tried, tested and is already in operation with great success. The economic upliftment committee has trained two people who can offer initial support to you.

This website package has the power to get your product on-line and into the market in every corner of the world. The website only requires registration through and its yours to do business on.

  • First and foremost you need to register a Domain Name at a minimal cost (starting £8.50 p/a)
  • Then you need to register your package ( Cost £100 p/a, but totally free with the Code) Code only for our community members. Please ring Sadiq Muraj on Mobile No.07709376946 and obtain the CODE.
  • Now the website is yours. Start your business.

The two trained people who can help you with the Registration and Set-up for free are:

Zahid Dhirani Mob: (07983361949) and Mustafa Mohamed-Hussain Mob: (07896776439). These two will be able to help you on the phone with the registration process. For Training, they require a group of at least 5 people. Training will last for 1 hour. (Please contact them and book a slot.)

At the end of July, the Start Up Loans scheme announced they had provided more than £100 million to entrepreneurs wanting to set up their own business.

We were especially pleased to see that the 20,000th loan was given to a 55-year-old portrait artist. Melissa Mailer-Yates is going to use the funds to start Shakespuss, a service to help people learn and enjoy the works of Shakespeare through animated characters.

Start Up Loans was first established by Lord Young, the Prime Minister’s Enterprise Advisor, and was created within the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. Originally you had to be between 18 and 30 to apply for a loan, but the age-cap has since been removed and to date, there have been £110,086,603 worth of loan offers to entrepreneurs, with an average value of £5,300.

Start Up Loans have also announced they are organising the Big Start Up Loans Competition 2014 and are calling for entrepreneurs to share their business stories. There are lots of prizes up for grabs and PRIME’s PR team is on-hand to assist with award entries.

If you’re interested in getting some finance for your business, PRIME has some information on the website around how to access a Start Up Loan.

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