Campus Residential Feedback

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[…..]

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[…..]

The Tale of Two Civilisations

Our next Campus residential is: The Tale of Two Civilisations At Markfield, Leicestershire Interactive Workshops will explore the following topics: -Islamic History and the Height of Islamic Civilisation -The Growth of Western Civilisation -Muslim Responses to Colonialism -Loyalty and Belonging There will also be: Reminders, BBQ, bonfire, dhikr sessions, interactive discussions and plenty of time to make new friendships!! Buy your tickets HERE Book by 10th June to avail yourself of the Early Bird Discount!

Millennial Muslims!

Millennial Muslims! Sat 16th March 2019 – 10:30 am – 6:00 pm St Francis Hall,University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT Programme Introducing ISB Campus– Dr Sara Saigol Workshop 1: Navigating Campus Life – Rabiha Hannan and Dilwar Hussain Workshop 2: The Work/Life Balance – Khalid Anis Workshop 3: Understanding Mental Health and Building Resilience – Dr Yasir Abassi and Vicky Edwards Workshop 4: Finding Yourself and Searching for Love – Imam Ajmal Masroor What are the big issues affecting young adults and students today? Come along to discuss the opportunities and challenges presented to Milennial Muslims through interactive workshops with[…..]

In the Footsteps of the Prophet

In the Footsteps of the Prophet Are you 17-26 years old? Are you wanting to discuss contemporary topics in a friendly, respectful and spiritual space? Introducing the next ISB Campus residential ‘In The Footsteps of the Prophet SAW.’ Date: 18-20th January 2019 Venue: Islamic Foundation Ratby Lane Markfield Leicestershire LE16 9SY Session 1: Muhammad SAW, The Walking Qur’an Dr Riza Muhammad Session 2: Mohammad SAW, The political leader. Managing plurality, diversity and difference. Ustadh Ahtsham Ali Session 3: Muhammad, The Father and Husband. Access to Mosques and the ‘Me Too’ Movement. Dr Shuruq Naguib Session 4: Muhammad SAW, A Mercy to[…..]

Tomorrow’s World

Buy your tickets here ISB CAMPUS — Presents the latest Leadership Development Masterclass for Young Adults!!  Ahtsham Ali– Halal Meat:  What makes meat Halal or Tayyab? How should animals be reared and slaughtered? Can we eat meat of the ‘People of the Book? Zunaira Malik– Ethical Consumerism:  How should we consume ethically and how do the choices we make affect the environment? How can we be campaigners for a better world? Professor El Gomati — The Muslim Contribution to Science ISB CAMPUS is open to adults aged 17–26yrs. Discounted tickets for ISB members only. Discount will finish on 28th September 2018 *pls[…..]

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State of the Nation

Hope and Fear in Today’s Britain 13-15th July 2018 | ISB Campus Residential | Markfield ISB Campus is very excited to present our next ISB Campus residential for 17-26 year olds!!: “State of the Nation”. We are incredibly fortunate to have Rosie Carter from Hope not Hate, Imam Qari Asim MBE Imam at Makkah Mosque, Leeds and Julie Siddiqi- Founder of Sadaqa Day, Co founder of Nisa-Nashim and Muslim Womens Network discussing aspects of: Is Britain becoming more open and tolerant? The rise in radicalisation and The Far Right The Rivers of Blood Speech Muslims in Britain-what have we done well[…..]

The Great Gender Debate

with Dr Shuruq Naguib. 20-22 Dec 17.

Not in our name

Theologically debunking extremist