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Muslim community groups come together to clean-up South Tyneside park

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Two community groups have been leading the fight against fly-tipping. Volunteers from UK Islamic organisations One Community and the Islamic Diversity Centre (IDC) embarked on their Clean-Up campaign at the Riverside Park, in Hebburn, South Tyneside. Both organisations hope to have a big impact clearing the mess caused by fly tipping and anti-social conduct in […]

Muslims Cleaning up Britain!

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On Sunday 13th September 2015, the Islamic Education and Research Academy’s (iERA) One Community department led a groundbreaking national “Neighbourhood Cleanup” campaign across the UK. iERA’s newest department hopes to have a lasting impact by clearing the mess caused by fly tipping and anti-social behaviour across the UK. British Muslims must strive to make their […]

Giving new Muslims a proper foundation in Islam

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On Thursday 6th August 2015, iERA’s new Muslim department, Muslim Now,  organised this year’s second educational retreat for new Muslims – “The Journey of the Believers” delivered by Abdurraheem Green. The four-day retreat was aimed at empowering new Muslims from across the UK to grow and build a deeper connection with Allah (ﷻ). The attendees […]

New Dawah Campaign – ‘Who Do You Love?’ Goes Global!

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The recent launch of the Islamic Education and Research Academy’s ‘Who Do You Love Campaign’ has been globally welcomed! The aim of the campaign is to empower Muslims to explain to the general public why they love and follow the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ in word and deed. The campaign also seeks to train them on […]

iERA Workshop at the World Renowned Islamic University of Madinah.

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iERA Deliver Groundbreaking Workshop on Dawah at the World Renowned Islamic University of Madinah. The Islamic Education and Research Academy (iERA) were honoured to be invited to deliver a bespoke six-day training course on dawah and Islamic thought to the students and faculty of the internationally renowned Islamic University of Madinah. The course covered iERA’s […]

National Conference Highlights How British Muslims Should Lead on Community Development Initiatives

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National Conference Highlights How British Muslims Should Lead on Community Development Initiatives “And let there arise from among you a nation inviting to [all that is] good, enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong, and those will be the successful.” – Qur’an 3:104 On Sunday 22nd March 2015, the Islamic Education and Research Academy […]

Britons United Against Racism, Against Hatred

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“All mankind is from Adam and Eve, an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor a non-Arab has any superiority over an Arab; also a white has no superiority over a black nor a black has any superiority over a white – except by piety and good action.” — Prophet Muhammad (upon whom be […]

Islam Awareness Week 2015 – Part 1

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‘Islam Awareness Week’ takes place annually between February and March in universities across the UK. In preparation for the 2015 ‘Islamic Awareness Week’ season, we provided training for university Islamic Societies (ISOCs). In London alone, in conjunction with the Federation of Student Islamic Societies (FOSIS), we delivered training for eleven different university groups on the […]