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Duaa Request for Sheikh Imtiaz


(( Duaa Request for Sheikh Imtiaz ))

Our beloved Sheikh who is a regular speaker at various groups; meetings; open days and Khateeb of Jumaa salah at the MYF has been ill for the past 2 months with his condition worsening.

This is a humble request to the community who love this humble slave of Allah to remember him in your duaas in the last part of the night or at recommended times when duaa is more likely to be accepted.
Allah (SWT) gives us a beneficial reminder in the Qudsi Hadith below.

On the authority of Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him), who said that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said:

Allah (mighty and sublime be He) will say on the Day of Resurrection: O son of Adam, I fell ill and you visited Me not. He will say: O Lord, and how should I visit You when You are the Lord of the worlds? He will say: Did you not know that My servant So-and-so had fallen ill and you visited him not? …..

Sahih Muslim.
Hadith 18

In the absence of visiting him at his home (which is currently difficult) then the minimum we can do is make a sincere duaa for you ill brother in Islam.

We ask Allah (SWT) who is the Curer of illnesses to cure Sheikh Imtiaz of his illness and gain a full recovery so that he can be returned back to the his family and the community that we can benefit ameen.

Myf Open Day Sat 30th Sept 2017

MYF Open day Saturday 30th Sept 2017
12:00pm – 6:00pm

We are inviting the wider community to come and join us on this fun packed family event!

We will have inshallah –

Kids face painting
Hot food
Mosque tour
Q & A with our local speakers
Fun for all the family and so much more

Everybody is welcome!

If you’d like to volunteer please contact the office for more details

The MYF Team

Eid Prayer Times

MYF Arafah & Eid Details.


There will be a full iftar program at maghrib today inshallah.

Eid salah on Friday:

1st prayer – 8:00am
2nd prayer – 10:30am

Don’t forget takbeer after every fard salah on Arafah day and until Asr on the 13th.

May Allah accept from me and you ameen.

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‘Try A Scarf’ Project – Volunteers required especially sisters

Location: Market Street, Manchester
Date: Saturday 12th August 2017
Time: 11:00am to 4:00pm

WAMY are holding a try a scarf project on Market St Manchester this coming Saturday between 11:00am to 4:00pm.

Looking for sister volunteers to assist with trying the scarf and all other volunteers to distribute gifts on the day.

If you are looking for reward in one of 4 sacred months (this month where the reward is higher than other months) then pop along on day and contact brother Zahid for mor info. on: 07588 569217

Please forward the message to your contacts and encourage others.

Kind regards,
MYF Team


Eid will be 6th of July!

Eid prayer times at The MYF.

1st prayer 8:00am
2nd prayer 10.30am

Fitrana £4 per person to be payed before the Eid prayer.

Fascinating insight into what happens to the body during fasting period ….

Detoxification Stage 1 (Day 1 To Day 2)

On the first day of fasting, the blood sugar level drops. The heart slows and blood pressure is reduced. Glycogen is pulled from the muscle causing some weakness. The first wave of cleansing is usually the worst. Headaches, dizzinessnausea, bad breath, and a heavily coated tongue are signs of the first stage of cleansing. Hunger can be the most intense in this period.

Detoxification Stage 2 (Day 3 To Day 7)

Fats, composed of transformed fatty acids, are broken down to release glycerol from the gliceride molecules and are converted to glucose. The skin may become oily as rancid oils are purged from the body. People with problem-free skin may have a few days of pimples or even a boil. The body embraces the fast and the digestive system is able to take a much-needed rest, focusing all of its energies on cleansing and healing. White blood cell and immune system activity increases. You may feel pain in your lungs. The cleansing organs and the lungs are in the process of being repaired. The breath is still foul and the tongue coated. Within the intestine, the colon is being repaired and impacted feces on the intestinal wall start to loosen.

Detoxification Stage 3 (Day 8 to Day 15)

You will experience enhanced energy, clear-mindedness and feel better. On the downside, old injuries may become irritated and painful. This is a result of the body’s increased ability to heal during fasting. If you had broken your arm 10 years before, there is scar tissue around the break. At the time of the break, the body’s ability to heal was directly related to lifestyle. If you lived on a junk-food diet, the body’s natural healing ability was compromised. During fasting, the body’s healing process is at optimum efficiency. As the body scours for dead or damaged tissue, the lymphocytes enter the older, damaged tissue secreting substances to dissolve the damaged cells. These substances irritate the nerves in the surrounding region and cause a reoccurrence of aches from previously injured areas that may have disappeared years earlier. The pain is good as the body is completing the healing process. The muscles may become tight and sore due to toxin irritation. The legs can be the worst affected, as toxins accumulate in the legs. Cankers are common in this stage due to the excessive bacteria in the mouth. Daily gargling with salt and water will prevent or heal cankers.

Detoxification Stage 4 (Day 16 to Day 30)

The body is completely adapted to the fasting process. There is more energy and clarity of mind. Cleansing periods can be short with many days of feeling good in between. There are days when the tongue is pink and the breath is fresh. The healing work of the organs is being completed. After the detoxification mechanisms have removed the causative agent or render it harmless, the body works at maximum capacity in tissue proliferation to replace damaged tissue. After day 20, the mind is affected. Heightened clarity and emotional balance are felt at this time. Memory and concentration improve.

Subhaan Allah what great health benefits but think of the rewards that will really matter and given by Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala in this life and the hereafter InshAllah.

Please forward this msg as people give up fasting in the first couple of days due to these symptoms , because they cant cope. Jazak’Allah

Ramadan 2016 Fundraising Project


OUR TARGET £30,000

  • PROJECT 1: Daily iftaar during the blessed month of Ramadan to feed
    between 200-250 brothers and sisters
    Amount required: Approx £750 per day
    (You can pay the whole event or part – e.g. ½ or ¼ )
    • PROJECT 2: Saturday ‘family’ iftar (x4) during the blessed month of
      Ramadan to feed up to 450 brothers and sisters
      This includes: Dates, milk, juice & chicken/rice.
      Amount required: Approx £1400 every saturday
      (You can pay the whole event or part – e.g. ½ or ¼ )
    • PROJECT 3: The Blessed ‘Last 10 Nights’ of Ramadan Qiyam program
      Amount required for each night: Approx £250
      Amount required for the 27th nightr: Approx £1000
      (You can pay the whole event or part – e.g. ½ or ¼ )

    The Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam said:
    “No one knows the reward of fasting except Allah”

    A Heartfelt Thank you…

    A heartfelt Thank you to ALL THE VOLUNTEERS who helped with the open day


    On behalf of the MYF, I would like to thank each and every one who took part in the MYF open day.

    The open day would not have been possible without you, and it would not have been successful without your help.

    Thank you for your amazing efforts and wonderful support. Your hard work is greatly appreciated.

    Thank you…
    The MYF

    Invocations for visiting the sick

    Laa ba’sa tahoorun ‘inshaa’Allaah.

    Do not worry, it will be a purification (for you) , Allah willing.


    Al-Bukhari, cf. Al-Asqalani Fathul-Bari 10/118.

    ‘As’alullaahal-‘Adheema Rabbal-‘Arshil-‘Adheemi ‘an yashfiyaka.

    I ask Almighty Allah , Lord of the Magnificent Throne, to make you well. (Recite seven times in Arabic .)


    At-Tirmithi, Abu Dawud. See also Al-Albani, Sahih At-Tirmithi 2/210 and Sahihul-Jami’ As-Saghir 5/180.