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Daily & Jumma Prayer

“Recite, what has been revealed to you of the Book and establish prayer. Indeed, prayer prohibits immorality and wrongdoing, and the remembrance of Allah is greater. And Allah knows that which you do.” Salah, the second pillar of Islam, is a form of prayer which must be performed in a prescribed manner, and at particular times. It takes the form of standing, bowing, prostrating and sitting in a given sequence, whilst reciting the words of the prayer in Arabic. Muslims must normally prayer at five specific times each day, preceded by a ritual washing known as Wudu. Friday is the most important day of the week for Muslims around the world because of the Friday congregational prayer otherwise known as the Jumm’a. Muslims living in the West make special arrangements at work, schools, colleges and universities to be part of this Friday prayer either at their local prayer rooms or mosques. This is the day when people have the chance to pray together and listen to educational sermons delivered by the local Imams. It’s also a day which brings the community together in an atmosphere filled with joy, happiness and blessings.

Jamia Al-Nur Center is delighted to have offered this service since 2011 to the local community of Isleworth and surrounding areas.