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***Important Zakat Workshop 2017***

"How do I calculate my Zakat?" & "Do I have to pay Zakat on my investments?" 

These are two of most common questions asked to scholars about Zakat and we want to help you.

Learn how to calculate your Zakat according to the Quran & Sunnah with Mufti Umair by attending this Zakat Workshop, you will learn how to calculate your Zakat as well as the guidelines. 

This will take place on Saturday 03rd June 2017 After Zohar Salaah 1:30pm at Masjid e Umer 79 Queens Road Walthamstow E17 8QR

Facilities for sisters have been made via the Chelmsford Road Entrance

There will be Q&A session however to ensure maximum benefit please can you email all your zakat questions now, BEFORE THE COURSE, to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . That way we will be able to ensure all your questions are answered on the day during the workshop. 


Event: ‘How Do I Live as a British Muslim’| Saturday 29th April 2017 630pm-830pm

‘How Do I Live as a British Muslim’

By Shaikh Mufti Amjad Muhammad.

Masjid-E-Umer would like to invite you to an informative and educational lecture by Shaikh Mufti Amjad Muhammad this Saturday 29th April 2017, 6:30pm-8:30 pm.  


The session will focus on what is currently the question played on the lips and minds of many Muslims and equally the Non-Muslims across the country and Europe – How does a Muslim continue to accept and live by his religious acts and belief system, whilst being a constructive citizen within a western, liberal and democratic society.


The session will be followed by light refreshments with an opportunity to ask questions and seek clarifications from Shaikh Amjad.


We sincerely hope you will be able to attend this event. This event is for Brothers and Sisters. 


I have attached below the link to the biography of Shaikh Amjad Mohammed for more information.


Raising Money for Bowel Cancer Treatment For Whipps Cross Hospital

The latest figures available show that the number of residents who died from bowel cancer in the borough doubled over a four-year period.

Numbers show that it is people aged between 60 and 80 living in the borough that are most likely to be affected by bowel cancer, with women slightly more likely to be affected than men.

It is for this reason Masjid e Umer is helping the Mayor of Waltham forest raise funds for our local hospital Whipps Cross in providing an excellent service that help many local residents who are affected by Bowel Cancer

Please donate generously as this will help the sick and elderly.

You can give your donation at the mosque after each Prayer or speak with a member of the mosque management.

We are only accepting Lillah and Sadaqa donations.

The campaign will from from today Sunday 16th April 2017 Until Monday 24th April 2017

For more information please contact 07977212591


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