Here’s the timetable for the Kitāb At-Tawhīd Winter Conference 2019 — PDF Here
Annual Winter Conference 2019 (Wright Street Mosque, Birmingham) Theme: “Selected Chapters from Kitāb At-Tawhīd” — Allah’s Oneness, Polytheism, Magic, Grave-Worship, Ruqyah, Astrology, Shrines, Intercession, Fortunetelling, Amulets, Atheism, etc. Dates: 25th & 26th December 2019
The Birmingham Conference at Wright Street Masjid @SalafiMasjidCom begins Friday 19 July with the Khutbah (inshā’-Allāh) by Shaikh Sālim Bāmihriz followed by three days of knowledge, brotherhood (and sisterhood), plenty of clarifications and guidance. Welcome […read more]
The Salafi Bookstore and Islamic Centre is collecting your Zakāt payments again this year. Last year, we helped thousands of needy Muslims with your donations. May Allāh reward you. Let’s do the same again, starting […read more]
Winter Conference 2018 Schedule. Highly beneficial lectures for the whole family. Spread the word!
Lessons in the Salafi Masjid: Autumn/Winter 2018 Abu Hakeem Bilal ibn Ahmad Davis: Mondays: 7.30pm: Tafseer of the Qur’an by Ibn Katheer Wednesdays: 7.30pm: Explanation of the Rights of Inheritance Sundays: 12.30pm: The Fine Example […read more]
Tafsir Ibn Kathir continues with Ustadh @AbuHakeemBilal from 7:45 pm — after Maghrib at the Salafi Masjid (Wright St.) Young, old, men and women all welcome!
This is the twenty-second Annual Winter Conference in Birmingham. This is a “must-attend” event for every Muslim: man, woman and young person. Some real serious lectures on building a family; choosing a partner, rights between the […read more]
NEW LESSON begins this evening with @AbuKhadeejahSP at the #SalafiMasjid at 7.45pm. Explanation of the Book of Sunnah of Imām Ibn Mājah (d. 273AH) by Al-‘Allāmah ‘Abdul-Muhsin Al-‘Abbād. All welcome: note-taking recommended. Bring your youth; […read more]
We begin today with the advice of Sheikh Al-Fawzān discussing the importance of studying these summarised books of hadīth that explain fiqh rulings; and how to memorise them; what other works to study; why we chose this work; and who was Ibn Hajr — then we begin with the book. […read more]