It has been widely circulated that the adhaan on channel 4 will be broadcast from an ahmadiyya mosque. Yet again Muslims dont seek daleel and believe anything they here. I contacted channel four and this is what they had to say. Dear Naila,Thank you for contacting Channel 4 Viewer Enquiries regarding 4RAMADAN: Call To Prayer.Thank you for your email. However, we would like to confirm that the Call to Prayer was not filmed in a mosque, but rather will feature scenes in and around London.We hope the above sets your mind at ease.Thank you again for taking the time to contact us here at Channel 4 and for your interest in our programming.Regards,Noah SinclairChannel 4 Viewer EnquiriesThe confusion came from a picture of a mosque used in an article, which channel four has requested be changed.The adhaan will be read by Hassen Rassol who has saidAssalaamualaykum,Re: Channel4 Adhan,I, Hassen Rasool would like to clarify that that Channel4 Adhan has NOTHING to do with the Ahmedias.The New Statement used a photo of the Ahmedias mosque in their article which created all this confusion.I have personally asked Channel4 to ask The New Statesman to change the image ASAP.If you need any more clarification contact Justine Bowerjbower@channel4.co.ukTel: 02073068427CheersHassen RaooolHere is Hassen doing adhaanShare this:
Sheikh SULAIMAN GHANI has confirmed his attendance at our event!
Shaykh Suliman Ghani was born into a noble family from South Africa. He completed his Hifz whilst young, and pursued his Islamic Studies in Pakistan. Having studied there for a period of 3 years, Allah had blessed him to be accepted at Al Azhar University, where he studied for 2 years. In this period, the Shaykh was able to gain many authorisations (Ijazas) in Qur’an, Hadith, Fiqh and Aqeeda etc. The Shaykhs hunger for knowledge had not stopped there. Having studied at Al Azhar, he later travelled to the University of Medina where he stayed for an additional 4 years graduating from the faculty of Hadith. After this the Shaykh picked up his MA in Islamic Studies from SOAS, London. Currently Shaykh Suliman Ghani resides in London, where he Principle of Balham Madrassa and lecturer in Arabic, Islamic studies and Hifz at Tooting Islamic Centre. He is also the Imam at Tooting Islamic Centre.
InshaAllah we can all benefit from his wisdom and knowledge!
Abu Musa (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Messenger of Allah SAW said;
“The relationship of the believer with another believer is like (the bricks of) a building, each strengthens the other.” He illustrated this by interlacing the fingers of both his hands.
[Al-Bukhari and Muslim]
Working in Newham for the past 17 years, East London Academy has gained and immense amount of insight in to and experience of the community we live in. We believe that stable, well rounded individuals contribute to the development of a stable, sustainable community. We value and appreciate the unique diversity within Newham and understand that inclusion of all groups in our area will aid community cohesion and harmony.
We want to empower everyone from the children, to the youth to the mothers to be able to be active and confident participants in society, and know that in order to do so they need to be spiritually, mentally and physically healthy.
We also acknowledge that our borough has specific issues that need to be combatted and we aim to address these through our community initiatives.
We want to build believers who are strong enough to be able to support and encourage each other. Spiritually, physically and mentally. This is the concept that underlies all the work that we do.
Through this event we aim to highlight the importance of building strong community relationships, encourage others to get involved, and also make people aware of the services we offer to give support.