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In the Name of Allah the Most Kind the Most Beneficient


(The Association to Revive the Way of the Messenger)

Registered Charity No. 1060695

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Est. 1984 - 2014
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EXAMPLE RECITATION
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WOOLWICH
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Barbaric Acts Against Humanity in London
(7th July 2005)
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(Shaikh Abu Muntasir)

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   Attack on the Prophet

   The Birth of Jesus

  In defence of Mary

   Murder of Ken Bigley

  11th Sept. 2001 tragedy


  Tsunami Fundraising 2005

   Just Enough Religion to
Hate event

   Our Need for Fiqh
Suitable for Our Time
& Place

   Shaikh al-Akiti's FATWA on Terrorism

  Clarification on Anwar Al-Awlaki

   Article on Mercy

   A Message to Humanity by Shaikh H. Yusuf (13.6 Mb - 34 min)

   Cartoons, Science & a Shared Euro-Islamic History

 

So do not ascribe purity
to yourselves.
He knows best
who reveres Allah.
[The Noble Quran, Chapter 53:32]

Indeed he succeeds
who purifies himself
[The Noble Quran, Chapter 91:9]

snow capped mountains
Have you not seen
those who claim
purity for themselves;
nay – but Allah purifies
whom He pleases.
[The noble Quran, Chapter 4:49]

JIMAS is a UK based Charity Organisation operating since 1984. Its pioneering history thus goes back over twenty five years. During these years it has gathered much experience and good results by the grace of Allah. It carries out all its activities according to the truth of Allah's final revelation to mankind, namely the noble Quran and the blessed teachings of His last Messenger to humanity, Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). Its primary role is education through promotion and maintenance of projects that achieve all three types of actions mentioned in the narration below. Thus its main objective is to facilitate recurring charity (sadaqa jariyya) for Muslims and this underpins all activities without any compromise.

The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, "After the death of a person his actions stop except for three things that he leaves behind. Continuous charity, knowledge from which benefit is obtained and a righteous son who prays for him." [Muslim]

JIMAS is completely voluntarily supported and all its funds come from donations; small but regular contributions from Muslim individuals and modest fund raising projects.

JIMAS has been particularly successful at teaching Islam to the youth and carries out a substantial amount of work at universities, colleges and within society.

All activities are open to the public and both Muslims and non-Muslims are equally welcome to attend all events.

The book conclusively refuting the orientalists The word for word meaning of the Quran with grammatical notes


The Messenger of Allah (may the peace and blessings of God be upon him) said,
"Take benefit of five before five:
your youth before your old age,
your health before your sickness,
your wealth before your poverty,
your free-time before your preoccupation,
and your life before your death.
"
[al-Hakim, al-Baihaqi]
  One Community in Conversation (OCC)
with the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS)
 
  Light Upon Light
A day conference with Masjid At-Tawhid
 
  One County, Many Voices
Literary Prize Award
 
  JIMAS Charity Abseil Ipswich Hospital  
  A Husting Political Debate  
  JIMAS SEND RELIEF TO GAZA  
  Qiyam-ul-Layl 12th Sep2009  
  Appeal for Bangladesh Cyclone (one year on)  
  Weekly Talks in 2008-2009 at the UCS  
  Islamic Awareness Week at
University Campus Suffolk
 
 

Islamic Retreat 2008
Islamic Retreat in Cornwall 2010

 
  People Against Racism Conference  
  JIMAS Fundraise for St Elizabeth Hospice  
 

Meet the Family 2009
Meet the Family 2008

 
  Staff training for Catholic schools at Leiston Abbey  
 

One Community in Celebration 2008
One Community in Celebration 2007

 
 

One Community in Conversation (OCC) 2010
One Community in Conversation (OCC) 2009
One Community in Conversation (OCC) 2008
One Community in Conversation (OCC) 2007

 
  One Community in Conversation (OCC) on
Living Our Faith - Loving Our Neighbour
 
  JIMAS Focus Event 2007  
 

Ipswich 'Eid Gathering at the Grand Hall, Corn Exchange Sunday 4th Oct 09
Ipswich 'Eid Gathering at the Carribbean Association Sunday 12th Oct 08
Ipswich 'Eid Gathering at the Carribbean Association Sunday 21st Oct 07
Ipswich 'Eid Gathering at the Carribbean Association Sunday 29th Oct 06

 
 

Presentation of Islam at local schools

 
  Ipswich Museum Heritage Open Day  
  Celebration of Human Rights Day with local United Nations Association  
  Meet your Muslim Neighbours  
  Essex Uni. - An Exploration of Faith  
  Presentation of Islam to ASPEN in Ascot  
 

Seminars for women in Ipswich 2008
Seminars for women in Ipswich 2009
Empowering the Modern Muslimah: seminar 2011

 
  Eid Festival at the Suffolk County Council  
  Islam in Suffolk Exhibition & Seminar  
  Christian/Muslim Dialogue in churches of Suffolk  
  Christian/Muslim Dialogue on democracy, governance & citizenship in Bury St. Edmunds Cathedral, Suffolk  
 

Islamic Awareness day in Framlingham

 
  Dialogue on impact of terrorism on racism with the Fabian Society (Bury St. Edmunds)  
  WEA Course on Islam in the Modern World in Westleton (Suffolk)  
  WEA Presentation on Islam & Justice in Southwold Methodist Church (Suffolk)  
  WEA Presentation on Islam - Present & Future at the Orford Town Hall (Suffolk)  
  WEA Course on Islam in the Modern World in Southwold (Suffolk)  
  Telecom's Eastern European Challenge  
  Living Our Faith Loving Our Neighbour  
  Family Robot Day  
  Weekly Hadith Class in Ipswich  
  Special JIMAS event in Ipswich  
  Mothers & Toddlers Every Thursday  
 
Last Updated: July 2014
Review date: July 2014