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  • Our Work

The projects that are currently undertaken by the UIUK, reflect its mission statement ‘Let’s work together in understanding God’s guidance’.

We are committed to our core values, of education, inclusiveness, unity integrity and humility.

Since we pride ourselves in being a ‘non-sectarian’ organisation, we do not rigidly adhere to a single scholar or sectarian following. Instead, we strongly believe and promote an Islamic narrative that easily surpasses the confines of narrow sectarian boundaries or selective scholarly affiliations.

In our following, we are very clear that we will not accept anything which we feel is against the teachings of Quran and the established practices and teachings of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). We and our community take pride in calling ourselves just Muslims without any appellation.

Organ & Blood donation Initiative

February 20, 2020

  For the details of all Blood Donation Sessions up until 20th Sept 2017, click here  In 2016, we launched a campaign of Organ and Blood donation awareness in the Muslim community around Halifax from our centre there. The purpose of this project was to tackle the misconceptions around this issue. We actively promote, encourage and educate … Read more »

UIUK study circles

– Study circles are run to encourage learning through mutual dialogue between the participants of the circle.The unique thing about these circles is that there are no scholars present in them and common muslims join hands in learning from each other.If we are unsure of any issue then we consult our preferred scholars as we dont … Read more »

Supporting Halifax Pellon Community Center Project

March 24, 2017

UIUK actively supports educational initiatives that are based on firm pedagogical principles. We are pleased to be part of a collaborative project in partnership with this Community Center, which combines traditional content with latest pedagogical theory and practice. The Center runs a few community support projects, one of which is Arabic classes for children. UIUK … Read more »

Mus’ab School project in Pakistan

March 24, 2017

UIUK has been financially sponsoring Mus’ab School for over 12 years. Mus’ab School, Civic Centre, 54, Block D1, Johar Town, Lahore, was established in the year 1994 and has been striving for the holistic education of all students, so as to prepare them for their practical life. School’s target is to help them succeed both … Read more »

Annual Social gatherings

March 24, 2017

These events provide an opportunity for our members to meet up with other members. This will be held in a restaurant. The entrance and the meal is provided free to our paying members as one of the membership benefits. All proceeds from such events are used for supporting our projects, all are listed on the … Read more »

A Future Project

March 24, 2017

We are a small charitable organisation with big ambitions. Our current projects reflect our ambitions and we are managing these projects very well within our available financial and manpower resources. As we grow, with your support, we plan to establish another community centre in Manchester, similar to that already operating in Halifax, but with additional … Read more »

Understanding Islam UK (UIUK) is a registered charity with the UK Charity Commission. Registration Number: 1107962.
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