Community Engagement Day aims to recognise and celebrate existing relations, as well as be a spark for new efforts connecting Karimia Institute to Nottingham neighbourhoods, groups and community organisations. It is meant to serve as an entry point, celebration, and resource for a broader culture of community engagement in Nottingham.
Month: March 2018
The following statement was released in response to the ‘Punish A Muslim Day’. Many organisation from across Nottinghamshire have given their backing and support to this statement.
“The best among you is the one who learns and teaches the Majestic Quran” Quality teaching of Quran and Islamic Studies will make children happy and satisfy parents We often hear that children are not learning enough at the Masjid/Quran school, and their parents aren’t satisfied, teachers often complain: Behaviour isn’t quite good enough Achievement […]
This evening is about building trust, promoting open dialogue, delivering positive narratives and exploring constructive solutions to overcoming fear of the ‘other’. Recent events in UK are evidence of growing Islamophobia, the irrational fear of Muslims. It is an unfounded mistrust that could affect our social and economic well-being. The Trust Building Forum (TBF) seeks […]
#VisitMyMosque 2018 took place on Sunday 18th February and saw over 200 mosques across the UK opening up their doors to their local communities. The theme behind 2018’s event was Open Doors | Open Mosques | Open Communities. The 2018 event received widespread support with Prime Minister Theresa May, Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn and Mayor of […]
Radio Dawn is not part of Karimia Institute. The radio rents Karimia’s premises. We dissociate ourselves from any kind of hate speech that impacts negatively on community relations. Dr Musharraf Hussain CEO
“We know nothing about Muslims, but we hate them anyway!” This video reveals shocking figures of how Newspapers in Australia are presenting Islam to the masses and the detrimental effect this is having on the views of the wider society. Sadly, the situation is no different in the UK therefore initiatives like the Trust Building […]