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Cheadle Mosque pays the Real Living Wage

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Busy Holiday Period @ CMA

Alhamdulillah we have organised a few events for the upcoming holidays:

- Friday 22nd Dec - 7pm: Lessons from Surah An-Nur + Q&A by Shaykh Sulayman Van Ael. Please note this is a *sisters only* session.

- Friday 22nd Dec - 8pm: The Story of Dhul Qarnayn by Shaykh Sulayman Van Ael.

- Saturday 23rd Dec - 5pm: CMA's 2nd Annual Seerah Conference - Speakers include: Shaykh Sulayman Van Ael, Shaykh Hasan Ali, Shaykh Imtiyaz Damiel and Shaykh Siddiq Munshi.

- Friday 29th Dec - 8pm-11pm: Girls and Boys Youth Qiyams (Strictly 14+)

- Sunday 31st Dec - 9am: CMA's First Annual Breakfast

We look forward to seeing you all soon 🙂

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*CMA's 2nd Annual Seerah Conference*

Alhamdulillah we are pleased to invite you to our second annual Seerah conference taking place on Saturday 23rd December, InshaAllah.

Join us for an evening of inspiration and immersion into the life of the epitome of perfection.

We have an amazing line up of speakers this year who will be sharing with us different aspects of the life of Rasul-Allah and what practical lessons we can learn from these different aspects of His blessed life.

Speakers include: Shaykh Sulayman Van Ael, Shaykh Imtiyaz Damiel, Shaykh Hasan Ali, Shaykh Siddiq Munshi and our own Imam Abid.

Quran Recitation - Talks - Nasheeds - Full Meal

All Welcome - Free Entry
Creche available for children aged 3-8

Doors open at 5pm
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***Part 2 of Stories from Surah al-Kahf***

Friday 8th December - 8pm

Story: The Owner of the 2 Gardens!

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***New 4-Part Series***

Stories from Surah al-Kahf

Join us for this new 4-part series as Imam Abid takes us through the 4 incredible stories contained within Surah al-Kahf.

Starts this Friday 1st December - 8pm

Everyone welcome
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Stories from Surah al-Kahf

December 1, 2017, 8:00pm - December 22, 2017, 9:00pm

***New 4-Part Series*** Stories from Surah al-Kahf Join us for this new 4-part series as Imam Abid takes us through the 4 incredible stories contained within Surah al-Kahf. Starts this Friday 1st ...

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OFSTED and Hijaab

The Greater Manchester Muslim Communities have grave concerns following the statement by the Head of OFSTED that its inspectors will now question Muslim primary school girls who wear the hijab as to why they choose to do so.

This OFSTED policy is deeply concerning for a number of reasons:

Firstly, for the Head of OFSTED to suggest that young girls who wear the hijab “could be interpreted as sexualisation of young” is completely flawed. The wearing of the hijab is a religious practice which is not an obligation on girls until they attain puberty. Parents who dress their young daughters in hijab do so to accustom them to wearing it in later life. The wearing of hijab is a practice signifying religious observance. To suggest that the hijab sexualises young girls is abhorrent.

Secondly, we are deeply troubled that the head of OFSTED appears to have based a policy which will have far-reaching consequences on the opinion of a vocal minority who make unfounded claims about hijab and have concluded that the hijab has “no place in our primary schools”. As a public servant, the Head of OFSTED has failed to consult with a wide range of grassroots community groups. Had OFSTED carried out a thorough consultation it would have found that many Muslim women wear the hijab out of a sense of liberation and empowerment.

Thirdly, OFSTED has no business in interfering in the parental responsibility over their children and the religious practices of parents who dress their girls. We strongly believe the questioning of Muslim girls will be unfair and discriminatory. We also add that we would challenge OFSTED inspectors who seek to question Jewish boys wearing the kippah or Sikh boys covering their hair.

Fourthly, the questioning of girls who wear the hijab by OFSTED inspectors can only lead to these vulnerable girls feeling singled-out; they will inevitably be stigmatised in the process. We also fear, based on the rising litany of anti-Muslim hate crime in schools, that the trenchant bullying of Muslim girls will escalate to fever pitch.

Therefore, in the light of the OFSTEDS intentions to question girls who wear the hijab and for our deep concern for the safety of Muslim communities, we advise the following:

Our advice to OFSTED

- To consult widely with grass roots communities who are well-placed to give a balanced view on subjects relating to Islamic faith and practice.
- To not base its policies on the opinion of a vocal minority who are disconnected from grass-roots communicates and who exhibit an intolerant, unsound and incoherent understanding of Islam and Muslim practice.
- To implement its stated role of supporting schools and pupils and not to use its privileged status to engineer social change which will only result in pupils feeling alienated and bullied.

Our advice to schools

- We advise schools to instead permit parents to exercise their parental responsibility and allow their daughters to wear the hijab without interference from the school or OFSTED.

Our advice to Parents

- Do not to allow your daughters to be subject to questioning by OFSTED inspectors about your daughter wearing the hijab.
- To make your concerns known to your school immediately using the formal channels. We urge you to contact your local council, local councillors and local MPs and to signal, very strongly, that you refuse to allow OFSTED inspectors to question your daughters about the wearing of the hijab.

Our advice to Government, MPs and local councillors

- We advise the Government and elected representatives that the concerns highlighted by Parliamentarians before the Head of OFSTED’s confirmation have become manifest, namely, that she is unfit to lead OFSTED and further, she lacks even a basic understanding of communities and Islam. Her comments are un-British, absurd and will inevitably be counterproductive, because they only reinforce prejudice against Muslims.

Sadly, we have all witnessed the rising tide of anti-Muslim propaganda; Muslims have become the greatest victims of hate crime. OFSTED can play a critical role in dismantling this “factory of fear” by supporting schools in tackling Islamophobia head on. However, OFSTED must work with communities and not against them.

Together, we can make Britain a safer, more tolerant place where all our children can thrive.

This statement is issued by the following organisations:

Manchester Council of Mosques

Stockport Muslims

Bolton Council of Mosques

Oldham Mosques Council

Rochdale Council of Mosques
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**Monthly Youth Qiyam for Boys And Girls**

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*Syria - The Suffering Continues*

Join us this Saturday (25th November) as we host Rethink Rebuild Society who will be updating us on the current situation in Syria.

Although the eyes of the world are no longer on Syria, the suffering and destruction continues on a daily basis.

Brothers, sister and families welcome

Hot food provided
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Children in Need 2017.

Cheadle Mosque is proud to be supporting Children in Need once again this year. Food as you know is a great way to a person's heart; so this year our technical boffins at Cheadle Mosque worked with Sanam Sweet House and Restaurant to create the World's Biggest Pudsey Baarfi !

(Baarfi - is a dense milk based sweet confectionery from South Asia - Pakistan / India, a type of mithai. The name is a derivative of the word barf, which means snow)

We are pretty sure this has never been created before and if you were at Friday prayers today, who would have had the opportunity to eat the only Baarfi Pudsy Bear in existence - if there was ever a claim to fame - that has to be one of the finest.

But the biggest honour was to be supporting Children in Need - a charity whose super work makes life that bit better for those children who need our support. Isn't it amazing that thousands upon thousands of people up and down the country can come together in manic fundraising to help others - others who they may never meet; but this is what "a community" is all about - and we are proud to be very much part of it.

Thank you again to all those who supported Children in Need and especially to Sanam Sweet House and Restaurant who donated the Giant Pudsey!
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Children in Need 2017.

It's that time of year again and CMA never being one to shy away from supporting a good cause will be selling portions of "Pudsey Barfi" tomorrow after Friday prayers.

9ft square of glorious sweet....

For those with less sweet teeth, there will be a selection of Samosa and Biriyani for sale.

Please join us tomorrow Insha'Allah and support Children in Need - we will help you gain weight!
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Last weekend, we saw Remembrance services held for those that had fallen in the wars of the last century; their sacrifice must not be forgotten in defeating hate and bigotry. It is of note to see many members of the Greater Manchester Muslim Community standing side by side with all communities in remembrance - a tribute to those soldiers of all faiths (including many, many Muslims) that gave their lives in the name of freedom.

Cheadle Mosque members were honoured to lay wreaths at the services at Cheadle, Wilmslow, Gatley, Alderly Edge and Heald Green (where samosa were offered to those that attended!). In addition our very own Uncle Zarif also was kindly invited to the Stockport Town Hall to read a prayer in remembrance of those lives lost.

This event is also a reminder to us all, that we need to continue to tackle hatred and racism in all it's forms if we wish avoid a repetition of such tragic events.
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The Real Living Wage

We are honoured to join the Real Living Wage movement. In keeping with our core beliefs and values, we believe those that work for us should be rewarded fairly - a hard day's work deserves an honest wage.

We were kindly joined by our MP - Mary Robinson as part of Living Wage Week to celebrate Cheadle Mosque's accreditation.

Mary tweeted "Great to congratulate Cheadle Mosque with GM Citizens on becoming the first Mosque in the UK to go Living Wage accredited. Hope others in Cheadle can follow their great example! #LivingWageWeek

It is our belief that the values of our faith should guide every part of our lives including justice and honesty towards that work with us.
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***Teen Talk***

Cheadle Mosque is pleased to announce a 4-part series of talks for girls aged 13-19 starting this Friday (3rd November) at 7pm.

All 'teens' welcome 🙂
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**In conversation with Mufti Muhummad Ibn Adam Al-Kawthari**

A unique interview style conversation with Mufti Muhummad ibn Adam al-Kawthari on all things related to marriage, raising children and family life in Islam.

Mufti Muhummad has extensive experience on issues related to marriage and raising children in 21st century UK. This is a great opportunity to seek the Islamic guidance on marital and family life in Islam.

Date: Saturday 4th November 2017

Time: 6:00pm

Families welcome

* Creche facility available and hot buffet provided

* If you have any question you would like us to ask the Mufti please PM us and we will try to have your question answered InshaAllah.

Cheadle Mosque
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**The Golden Generation - Part 3**

Join us tomorrow (Friday 27th October-8pm) for part-3 of the Golden Generation in which Imam Abid will take us through the great slander directed towards the mother of the believers, Aisha (Radiyal Allahu 'Anha).

One of the most difficult periods of the Prophet's life in which there are countless lessons for us to reflect upon in our times.

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**Boys and Girls Youth Qiyams**

This Friday 27th October - 8pm-11pm

A night of fun, food, games, inspiration and reminders.

Please note the boys qiyam is for 14+ only.
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Assamaamualaikum

Part 2 of our 4-Part Series on the Golden Generation takes place tomorrow (Friday 20th October) after Isha salah (8pm).

Join us as Ustadh Abid takes us through the story of the Prophet's Muadhin, Bilal ibn Rabah.

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The Golden Generation

A 4-Part Series Deriving Lessons, Inspiration & Wisdom from Some of the Greatest Stories in Islamic History.

Delivered by Imam Abid Khan

Starts Friday 13th October – 8pm

Part1: Musab ibn Umayr
From Prince of Makkah to Slave of Allah
Friday 13th October - 8pm

Part 2: Bilal ibn Rabah
The Prophet’s Mu’adhin
Friday 20th October - 8pm

Part 3: Aisha bint Abi Bakr
Recounting the Great Slander
Friday 27th October - 8pm

Part 4: Salman al-Farsi
His Journey to Allah
Friday 3rd November - 8pm

Brothers, Sisters & Families Welcome
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The Golden Generation

A 4-Part Series Deriving Lessons, Inspiration & Wisdom from Some of the Greatest Stories in Islamic History.

Delivered by Imam Abid Khan

Starts Friday 13th October – 8pm

Part1: Musab ibn Umayr
From Prince of Makkah to Slave of Allah
Friday 13th October - 8pm

Part 2: Bilal ibn Rabah
The Prophet’s Mu’adhin
Friday 20th October - 8pm

Part 3: Aisha bint Abi Bakr
Recounting the Great Slander
Friday 27th October - 8pm

Part 4: Salman al-Farsi
His Journey to Allah
Friday 3rd November - 8pm

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The Golden Generation

October 27, 2017, 8:00pm - November 3, 2017, 9:00pm

The Golden Generation A 4-Part Series Deriving Lessons, Inspiration & Wisdom from Some of the Greatest Stories in Islamic History. Delivered by Imam Abid Khan Starts Friday 13th October – 8pm ...

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***Boys Youth Qiyam***

Tomorrow (Friday 6th October) - 8:15pm-11pm

Specifically for boys aged 10-13

*Sisters youth qiyam on Friday 20th October, poster to follow.
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Join us this Friday for Human Appeal's Rohingya fundraising dinner and raise urgently needed funds to provide food, clean water, shelter and basic medical supplies to thousands of vulnerable Rohingya people.

As we've all seen over the last few weeks the situation is getting worse by the day. Let's come together and do what we can for our brothers and sisters InshaAllah.

When: Friday 6th October
Time: Doors open from 6:00 pm
Where: Eastern Pearl, 250 Plymouth Grove, Manchester, M13 0BG

*Free Entry*

Tickets are limited so make sure you get your table soon!

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IQRA - 10 Week Beginners Tajweed Programme For Brothers - Level 1

Taught by Shaykh Abdul Ghaffar

Mondays and Wednesday, 7pm-8pm.

Course Start Date: Monday 9th October

Start your journey to read the Quran with this 10 week beginners tajweed course. Students will start with the Arabic alphabet and work their way through the Qaidah Nuraniyah.

Free Course - Limited Spaces

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