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Wolverhampton: +4min
Date 25/07 26/07
Imssak: 2.51 2.53
Fajr: 3.01 3.03
Sunrise: 5.17 5.19
Zohr: 1.18 1.18
Maghrib: 9.20 9.19

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Key Theme: Shahr ar-Ramadhan

Luqman's Advice to His Son

 وَلَقَدْ آتَيْنَا لُقْمَانَ الْحِكْمَةَ أَنِ اشْكُرْ لِلَّـهِ ۚ وَمَن يَشْكُرْ فَإِنَّمَا يَشْكُرُ لِنَفْسِهِ ۖ وَمَن كَفَرَ فَإِنَّ اللَّـهَ غَنِيٌّ حَمِيدٌ

(Surah Luqman 31:12)

“And We had certainly given Luqman wisdom [and said], 'Be grateful to Allah.' 
And whoever is grateful is grateful for [the benefit of] himself. 
And whoever denies [His favor] - then indeed, Allah is Free of need and Praiseworthy.” 

KSIMC Birmingham

According to the Shariah, Fitra becomes incumbent when the new moon of Shawwal is sighted. This is known as Zakat of Fitra, which is Wajib on every Baligh person.

If you have a guest with you, who has arrived at your house before sunset on the eve of Eid ul Fitr, then his/her Fitra is WAJIB upon you.



As per law 1999 of Ayatullah Seestani's Islamic laws: “At the time of sunset on Eid ul Fitr, whoever is adult and sane and is neither unconscious, nor poor, or the slave of another, he should give, on his own behalf as well as on behalf of all those who are his dependents, about three kilos per head of wheat or barley or dates or raisins or rice of millet etc. It is also sufficient if he pays the price of one of these items in case”

Therefore, in principle, the Fitra is on staple food. We would recommend that one person's Fitra may be:

Wheat £3.00 EUR 3.75 SEK 34.00
Rice £5.00 EUR 6.25 SEK 57.00

The Tabligh Committee has launched an Islamic Quran-based Quiz, all families and individuals are encouraged to enter. Pick your copy up from the Treasurers desks in the ladies & gents or download the attachment below. 

pdf small Click here to download the Quiz Questions

1. Please write your answers on the same paper. One entry per family. Participants are requested not to share their answers with others.
2. Entries to be submitted by 26th July 2014 (27th Ramadan 1435).
3. Results will be announced on Eid Day Inshaallah.
4. A prize will be awarded to the individual/family entry with the most correctly answered questions.

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20th July 2014

The recent military onslaught by the Israeli Government on Gaza has resulted in a massive humanitarian crisis in Gaza. With the massive loss of civilian life, including children as well as shortages of water supply, electricity and shelter, life in the Gaza strip has become even more excruciating. This is all in addition to what is already recognised as horrendous conditions that the people of Gaza are forced to live under even outside conflict times.

The Jamaat has taken the following actions and would urge members to consider the same:

  1. An immediate boycott of companies that are considered to financially support the state of Israel or the IDF. This includes Coca Cola, Nestle and Eden Springs water. These products will no longer be purchased by the Jamaat. We would also urge the members to conduct their own research into these matters.

  2. Donations to Ramadhan Relief are also being focused on alleviating the humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Donations can be made at the Treasurer’s desk, online ( or by text: (RAMR £5/£10 to 70070).

  3. Prayers on these Holy nights are of the utmost importance. Please remember all those living in hardship around the world during these nights, especially the people of Gaza, Iraq and Syria.

We pray to Almighty Allah to accept our efforts.

KSIMC of Birmingham


Imposition on 20 miles an hour speed limit in the Birmingham's residential, shopping, parks, health centre, hospital and leisure areas. This preposition will directly impact owners of small businesses whose activities involve regular transport and journeys within the city. Implementation is to take place on a phased basis, beginning with a pilot scheme broadly covering a third of the city, subdivided into four smaller areas. Reductions in damage and loss of life are clearly a worthy objective the speed limit is trying to achieve, but it is fair to ask whether the effects of the proposed limit on those Birmingham small businesses with daily in-city transport / journey requirements have been given any consideration whatsoever. It is also appropriate to ask whether drivers' attention should be focused on their speedometers or on the road ahead.


Online scams in Birmingham are currently being perpetrated via telephone cons and fraudulent emails. One of the most common scams is that a cold caller suggests that the victim's computer has a serious virus that must be repaired immediately, and asks the owner to allow remote access to it. Another is that a phishing email typically purporting to be from the vicm's bank warns of 'suspicious activity' on an account, and asks the victim to follow a link to report it. Both of these scams create a risk of identity fraud and financial loss.

-More information about Birmingham Trading Standards is available at tradingstandards

-To report a scam, email:

-If you have lost money or information or your computer has been taken over by a phishing or malware attack, you can also report it to the UK's national fraud and internet crime reporting centre, Action Fraud, on 0300 123 2040.

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