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On the weekend of 28th to 30th June, ISB Campus enjoyed a residential entitled “The Tale of Two Civilisations.” We were fortunate to have wonderful warm weather, interesting topics for discussion, brilliant speakers as well as time for sports, icebreakers, a bonfire and a barbecue. Abid Baig, singer and songwriter entertained us around the bonfire. Our workshops were:  Islamic History and Civilisation The Growth of Western Civilisation Colonialism and Muslim Responses Loyalty and Belonging We really managed to discuss a plethora of topics and were very fortunate to have a fantastic booklet edited by one of our younger members and[…..]

Young Muslims UK Iftaar

The Young Muslims (Birmingham) have not held an iftaar for its members for a number of years due to the  late iftaar times. This year, the team thought that they would organise an iftaar to take advantage of an earlier iftaar time as well as the half term. Alhamdulillah, the 100 ticket event was sold out within a week! The programme began at 8.30pm with Brother Wahid giving a short reminder about the last 10 days of Ramadhan. This was followed by Iftaar and Salat-ul Maghrib. The meal then continued and the guests were invited to pray Salat-ul Isha and[…..]

An Incredible Space For Growth

ISB Campus has become an incredible space that is growing; with young people coming together from across the UK to discuss their faith in a friendly, dynamic and spiritual environment. They have held many successful events, including residentials, seminars, and hosting guest speakers. In addition to soon unveiling a new, contemporary and upbeat website, ISB Campus is using its strengths to create an online training platform. This will be for young people to learn through interactive teaching and gain the confidence and skills to be able to lead their own circles of learning and develop their own localities.  If you would[…..]

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Srebrenica

We say: The lessons of Srebrenica should be taught and discussed in all schools.

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