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AS SALAMU ALAIKUM.
Portsmouth Jami Masjid & Islamic Centre will observe Eid UL-ADHA.
Saturday 9th July 2022
EID JAMAT PRAYER TIMING
1st Jamat- 08:00 AM
2nd Jamat- 09:30 AM
PLEASE LEAVE THE MASJID AS SOON AS JA’MAT IS FINISHED & THERE WILL BE PRAYER FACILITY FOR WOMEN.
*Please follow the volunteer’s instructions at all time.
was observed on Thursday 13th may. A huge thank you to all the volunteers who helped keep the 3 congregational prayers safe making sure that social distancing was maintained and protective measures were observed (masks, prayer mats, no gathering).
Hundreds of Muslims gathered in Portsmouth Jami Mosque to observe Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi (pbuh). The event was organised by the attendees of the mosque.
The first session, from 11:00 am to 12:15 pm, was for the kids. People enjoyed Quran recitation, Islamic songs and short speeches on the different aspects of the life of the Prophet (pbuh) presented by the young boys and girls. Later, all of the participants received prizes for their performance.
In the second session, the 2nd Imam Mawlana Saiful Islam delivered a short speech in Bengali, while the Head Imam Sheikh Muhammad Muhi Uddin talked about the life of the Prophet (pbuh) in English.
In the third session, salawat wa salam and supplication was conducted. And food was served.
There were special facilities for the ladies and many Muslim women attended the event.
We strongly condemn the horrific terrorist attack in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday which resulted in many precious lives lost and injured. Our sincerest condolences to the people of Sri Lanka. Portsmouth Jami Mosque stands in complete solidarity with Sri Lanka in their time of grief.
Islamic Cultural Competition 2018 on Sunday, 30 September. Hundreds of people from Portsmouth and surrounding areas attended the event. The event, anchored and supervised by the Head Imam Sheikh Muhammad Muhi Uddin Azhari, was hugely inspirational and engaging, most of all, it was fun.
The secretary Mr. Ammer Ahmed welcomed the participants and the event was rounded up with the words of the president, Mr. Foyzur Rahman.
The competitors of different age groups including kids as young as 4 years old fought fiercely in Quran Recitation, Azan and Short Talk, and were cheered and encouraged by their family members.
The audience patiently and enthusiastically watched and enjoyed the performance of their loved ones.
At the end, everyone returned home smiling, feeling joyous as every participant in the competition received a prize for their performance.
This year the event was partially sponsored by BC & A, and Umami Street Food gave away gift vouchers worth £10 to every participant.
The 1st, 2nd and the 3rd winners from each age group and category received special prize and Umami gift vouchers worth £20.
The prize giving ceremony was attended by Sheikh Fazle Abbas Datoo, Imam of Al Mahdi Centre, Mr. Steve Rolls, Manager at Portsmouth Mediation Service, Mr. Mosud Ahmed, owner of M A Food and other elders of the mosque and Muslim community.