Masjid e Umer 79 Queens Road, Walthamstow, London, Greater London, E17 8QR
Alhumdulillah Masjid e Umer have been provided a funeral service for all in our community for a long time. The service for transportation of the body has always been done by one brother using his personal 7 seater van and Alhumdulillah he never charges for this service. Those who have had a death in the community and have used this service can testify to this.
Unfortunately due to new rules recently the hospital has said they will no longer be releasing the deceased body to the Masjid unless we have a proper ambulance vehicle. Not everyone is in the position to hire an ambulance for £600 a time
It is for this reason we are asking for donations specifically to purchase a purpose build private ambulance to help us provide this funeral service. The cost for a purpose build ambulance will be in the region of £10k to £15k.
We hope the community responds to this appeal and helps us collect this amount. We will be collecting for the whole of today and if needed you can also donate the money to a member of the committee at the Masjid or the imam.There is a pay online feature for people that want to pay online
Inshallah the first day of Ramadhan will be on Thursday 18th of June 2015, InshaAllah. First Taraweeh will TONIGHT 17JUNE 2015 at 10:40pm inshallah
Please Remember Us In Your Duas
Inshallah there will be a Annual Jalsa (awards ceremony) for Targheebul Quran on SATURDAY 13th June 2015 after Zuhar Salaah 1:30pm at Masjid e Umer 79 Queens Road. The Chief guest will be Mufti Umair ibn Zulfiqar (Whitechapel)
An Afternoon of Qirat, Nasheeds and Short Lectures by Students Of Masjid e Umer. All are requested to attend as a source of encouragement for our children.
Sisters facilities via Chelmsford Rd side entrance.
Food will be served after the event provided by Zaiqa Buffet Restaurant
Food wil be
Hazrat abu hurrairah (ra) relates that rasulullah (saw) said whom so ever allah gives wealth, but who do not pay its zakat, his wealth will be likened for him on the resurrection day to a huge bald snake having two fangs. It will bite him round his neck and take hold of him with his two fangs meaning its two jaws and say – i am your wealth and i am your hidden treasure. Then he recited “and let not those who covetously with hold of that which allah has bestowed on them out of his bounty” ‘alaayah’.
Zakat is fardh upon a person if s/he is A Muslim, An Adult, Sane, and owns wealth equal to the value of Nisab. Nisab is the amount of wealth, which makes one liable for payment of Zakat and must remain in his/her possession for one Lunar year***.Read more...