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Message from Masjid Umar/YMA Management Committee
Following the resignation of Maulana Jamal as Senior Imam and YMA Headteacher, the Committee together with the immense support of our community have approached and been liaising with our Honourable Maulana Shoaib Desai Sahib to consider returning to this organisation that he painstaking established many years ago. The Committee has made numerous requests to Maulana Shoeb Desai in the sincere hope that he will accept and once again take over as head of Masjid Umar/YMA.
Our prayers have been accepted and Alhamdulillah we are delighted to announce to the whole community that although Maulana Sahib had already given his commitment to another Masjid and community away from Sheffield, he has finally accepted our requests & pleas to return to Masjid Umar/YMA.
Maulana Shoeb Sahib will therefore once again take the position of Senior Imam and Principal of YMA with immediate effect.
Madrasah will be closed from Friday 24th April till Monday 27th April giving the Madrasah children an extended break.
Ramadhān Madrasah will start from Tuesday 28th April at 4.30pm. Please kindly note that attendance during Ramadhān is a MUST for every child and will help them to remain spiritually focused and motivated throughout Ramadhān In Shaa Allah.
Madrasah during Ramadhān 2020
YMA Madrasah will continue to run during the month of Ramadhān for 3 days ONLY;
Every Tuesday (4.30pm – 6.30pm)
Friday (4.30pm – 6.30pm)
Saturday (3pm – 5pm).
|Jumu’ah Spiritual Programme
Spiritual Majlis starts at 12:30pm (Tilaawat and Durood Shareef), Jumu’ah talk at 1.15pm and Khutbah at 1.45pm.
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE AND ADVICE
NEW RULES ON STAYING AT HOME AND AWAY FROM OTHERS
Please CLICK HERE to read the document.
Following the announcement of a national lockdown on 23/03/2020, a timely and important reminder to all that the Allah we loved and worshipped in our homes and Masaajid before the lockdown, still exists as He is The Ever Living and The Ever Lasting. Please kindly adhere to the advices given in the past few days and remain steadfast on them during this very difficult and testing times.
1. Please transform your homes in to a Masjid and Madrasah environment.
2. In order to value each and every second of your time in the obedience of Allah, please CLICK HERE to download a comprehensive 24 hour spiritual schedule.
3. Please refrain from ALL types of DISOBEDIENCE and futile activities (which neither benefit you in this world nor the Hereafter).
4. Within your 24 hours, include the Seven Tools of a Believer, advice given by Sheikh-ul-Hadeeth Hazrat Mawlana Saleem Dhorat (Hafidahullah) in order to attract the Divine Mercy and Help of Allah (S) during this difficult time.
For important info on Coronavirus and what to do please see the following links:
A believer possesses seven tools which give him protection from all harms and provides peace of mind and contentment of the heart should he be afflicted. The seven tools are mentioned below:
1. Tawbah and Istighfār (Repentance and Seeking Forgiveness) – Calamities result from our disobedience to Allāh (S). As a result of sincere repentance and seeking forgiveness from Allāh (S), not only will one’s sins be forgiven, but one will also be granted safety from the calamities resulting from sins. Nabī صلى الله عليه و سلم has mentioned,
“Whoever holds fast to istighfār, Allāh creates a way out for him from every difficulty, grants him relief from every worry and provides for him from sources he does not even imagine.” (Abū Dāwūd)
2. Taqwā (Obedience to Allāh (S)) – After repenting from all sins, one needs to remain steadfast by obeying Allāh (S) in all matters. Allāh (S) mentions, “Whoever refrains from disobeying Allāh, He (Allāh) brings forth a way out for him and provides for him from where he does not even imagine.” (65:2-3)
3. Du‘ā (Supplication) –Du‘ā is such a powerful weapon that not only does it remove existing calamities, it also prevents future difficulties. Nabī صلى الله عليه و سلم has mentioned in a Ḥadīth,
“Indeed, du‘ā benefits (a person) with regards to what has already befallen and with regards to what has not yet befallen. So hold fast, O servants of Allāh, to du‘ā.” (At-Tirmidhī)
4. Ṣadaqah (Charity) – Ṣadaqah is also an effective method of removing existing calamities and preventing future difficulties. Nabī صلى الله عليه و سلم has mentioned,
“Treat your sick through ṣadaqah.” (Aṭ-Ṭabarānī)
“Hasten in giving ṣadaqah, for tribulations cannot get past ṣadaqah. (Aṭ-Ṭabarānī)”
5. Ṣabr (Patience) – Exercising patience attracts the Help of Allāh (S), which consequently leads to the uplifting of difficulties. Allāh (S) says, “Surely Allah is with those who are patient.” (2:153)
6. Ṣalāh – Like ṣabr, ṣalāh is also a tool through which a person is able to acquire the Help of Allāh (S). Allāh (S) says, “Acquire (the Help of Allāh (S)) through patience and ṣalāh.” (2:45)
7. Dhikr (Remembrance of Allāh (S)) – The remembrance of Allāh (S) attracts His Attention. As a result, His Help and Mercy will descend in abundance. Allāh (S) says in a Al-Ḥadīthul-Qudsī, “I am with my servant whenever he remembers Me and his lips move with My remembrance. (Al-Bukhārī)
May Allah (S) grant us protection from all calamities and enable us to utilise this time in His Remembrance and Obedience. Ameen.
New YMA Madrasah Boys’ Office Number
For all enquiries relating to the boys department, please contact 07515948053.
Normal Office hours will be from Monday to Friday 4.30pm till 7.30pm (this may change subject to timing of madrasah e.g. during school holidays or Ramadan etc).
There will also be a text message and a voicemail service available to leave your name, number and a brief message and we will respond to it as soon as possible.
|Madrasah Important Dates
For details of madrasah holidays and important dates including parent’s meetings please refer to the madrasah tab at the top of the page.
|Important Islamic Dates
Click HERE for a list of some important Islamic Dates in 2019/20 (all subject to the sighting of the moon).