Paradise at our Mothers Feet Dinner

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Muslim Hands' present an evening of inspiration as we explore the importance of our mothers in Islam, at Al Miraj Banqueting in Birmingham on Saturday 1st December 2018.

The evening is in aid of building a Masjid in Sudan for a dear mother..

Doors open at 7pm | Event begins at 7.30pm

Dinner buffet will be provided, a variety of stalls will be available on the day.

Tickets are £5 per person, under 11s go free (creche available).

Female only event.

Location

Date

01 December 2018

Start

19:00

Venue

Al Miraj Banqueting, 11-29 Wordsworth Road, Birmingham B10 0ED

Mothers in Islam

The Prophet Muhammad (saw) said: “Your Heaven lies under the feet of your mother” (Ahmad, Nasai)

Learn about the importance of our mothers in Islam through heartwarming talks by Nabiilabee, Ustadha Ameena Blake, Ustadha Sumayya-Maryam and Aysha Iqbal, as well as inspiring spoken word poetry by Hafsa Rehman and beautiful Quran recitation by Husna Wahid.


Building a Masjid for my Mother

A simple muslimah whose aim in life is to help others and make a difference. Together as ONE we can make a bigger difference. Our mothers are the pearl in a shell, the foundation of a house, the blood that flows around our bodies and the heart of the society. Islam teaches us to respect, obey and be kind to our parents especially our mothers.

"Worship God and join not any partners with Him; and be kind to your parents..." [Noble Quran 4:36]

The aim of the event is to raise awareness of the status of our mothers and honour them, a date between a mother and their child, a sister with her sister in a friendly, entertaining and loving atmosphere for a noble cause. This cause is something that we will all cherish and remember as being part of it - building a masjid in Sudan as Sadaqah Jariyah for my beloved mother who has been severely unwell and underwent a major operation. A masjid is a place of worship, contemplation, learning about Islam and nurturing the young and the old with their spiritual, moral and social development. Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) said:
“Whoever builds a mosque for the sake of Allah, like a sparrow’s nest or even smaller, Allah will build for him a house in Paradise" (Sahih)

- Hafsa Waseela (MH Volunteer)

Q. How much do tickets cost?

A. Tickets are £5 per person, under 11s go free.

Q. How can I book my ticket?

A. You can book your ticket online by clicking the ‘Buy Tickets’ button at the top of this page.

Alternatively, you can buy your tickets by calling our donations line on 01159117222 (open Mon-Fri 9am - 8pm and Sat 9am - 5pm).

Tickets on the day will be £10 and are limited, so we advise you purchase yours in advance to avoid disappointment.

Q. Will I receive a ticket?

A. Once your ticket purchase has been successfully completed, you will receive an email receipt shortly afterwards.

Please bring your email receipt to show at the registration desk on the day at 7pm.

If you are unable to attend please inform us in order for others to benefit from the talk.

Q. What will the event consist of?

A. The evening will consist of heartwarming talks by Nabiilabee, Ustadha Ameena Blake, Ustadha Sumayya-Maryam and Aysha Iqbal, as well as inspiring spoken word poetry by Hafsa Rehman and beautiful Quran recitation by Husna Wahid.

Stalls will also be available on the day and a dinner buffet will be provided.

Q. Is there parking available on site?

A. Yes there is free parking available at the venue.

Q. Can I book a stall for the event?

A. Yes we are taking stall bookings, please complete the stall enquiry form above.
For stall availability you may contact Hafsa 07838554419 or Farjana 07462810689.

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Questions?

If you have any questions or would like further information please contact us.

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