The Ahlulbayt Society is focused on providing a safe space for predominantly Muslims who love and wish to follow the philosophical path of the Ahlulbayt, the family of the Holy Prophet Muhammad PBUH
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The Day of Ashura which is commemorated on the 10th day of the first month of the Islamic calendar is marked annually by Muslims world-wide. Ashura means the 10th day and while the start of a new year is usually celebrated, Ashura is a day of mourning and sadness, similar to how Good Friday is a day of grief for Christians.
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Aims and Objectives
1) The Ahlulbayt Society aims to provide students with a safe space to grow as individuals while at university
2) To provide our members and the wider community with a framework for understanding Islam and its philosophy which encompasses every aspect of our lives from sociology, politics and economics, to ecology, psychology and spirituality
3) To organise events for charity and unite regardless of social status, ethnicity, or religious background.
4) To create a dialogue, discussion and a free exchange of ideas while utilising the University platform by organising a wide range of events including talks by expert speakers, informal discussion circles, social gatherings and sporting events as well as holding workshops and fundraisers for various causes.
Membership Fee: £2.00 for the whole academic year.
This Semesters committee
Our President : Masooma Z Shah
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