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Cheadle Mosque is honoured to become a member of Citizens UK and we want you to get involved with our plans to making society better. Greater Manchester Citizens was founded as the newest ...

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Family Talk - This Saturday (29th April) 6:30pm

Islamic Wills: What you need to know

Talk delivered by Dr Abid Hussain (Author of 'The Islamic Law of Wills and Inheritance')

The Prophet Muhummad (S) said: 'It is the duty of a Muslim who has anything to bequest not to let two nights pass without writing a will about it.' (Bukhari)

How many of us have written a Will? How many of us know how to write a Will? Join us for this special seminar with an expert in the field of Islamic wills and Inheritance who will talk us through all we need to know about writing a Will.

🎙 *Dr Abid Hussain*

📅 *Saturday 29th April*

⏱ *6:30pm

☕ *Hot Buffet provided*

🔑 *Open to all!*
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We've finally got Ustadh Abid out of the Stone Age!!! He's joined Snap Chat!

We've been asking him for a while to get more active on social media but he kept refusing! After bribing him with a chicken kebab he's finally agreed 🙂

Now he will be sharing 'snaps' with you all InshaAllah, please add him, username:

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Cheadle Mosque & Citizens UK

Cheadle Mosque is honoured to become a member of Citizens UK and we want you to get involved with our plans to making society better.

Greater Manchester Citizens was founded as the newest chapter of Citizens UK in July 2016 - it is chaired by the former Chief Constable of the Greater Manchester Police Sir Peter Fahy.

It is a broad-based community organisation working in Greater Manchester to strengthen civil society by building connections between different institutions, adding strength to each other and working together for the common good.
One of the first events we are honoured to be organising and supporting is "The Greater Manchester Citizens Mayoral Assembly".

In May 2017, communities across Greater Manchester will decide who takes office as the first ever Mayor for our region. S/he will lead decisions on transport, social care, housing, young people, skills and public sector reform which will significantly affect the lives and prospects of people across our communities.

With a strong civil society agenda rooted in what matters to our families and communities, we invite you as the Cheadle Mosque congregation of Citizens UK to join us on Monday 1st May 2017 at 1pm as we seek pledges from the main Mayoral Candidates to those priorities.

This major event at the Lowry in Salford will be the largest pre-election Assembly in the run-up to the election which will bring together member organisations including those from faith groups, trade unions, NGOs, schools, colleges, student unions, housing associations and other community groups.
The event will not be a public meeting nor a political hustings. Amidst joyful celebration and powerful stories, we seek to establish a public and accountable relationship with whoever becomes our Mayor on a common good agenda.
Greater Manchester Citizens have decided on our top 4 priority issues that we will be taking forward to the Mayoral Assembly. These are:

1) Social Care

2) Hate Crime

3) Living Wage

4) Housing and Homelessness

We now have teams made up from different communities all working together on these 4 issues, finding powerful stories, testimonies and most importantly a solution that they can present to the Mayoral candidates on May 1st.
We would like you be part of this - this event is just the start of trying to make society better but we seek volunteers to join us on this ongoing journey ; if you would like to join us at this event, please email us : Br Farooq or Br Usman - with your name/contact number/email/number of spaces required - to book a free place for you and your family. Families and children are of course welcome.

We look forward to welcoming you in-sha'Allah.

Jazaka'Allah Khairan
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Citizens UK

Cheadle Mosque is honoured to become a member of Citizens UK and want you to get involved with our plans to making society better.

Greater Manchester Citizens was founded as the newest chapter of Citizens UK in July 2016 - it is chaired by the former Chief Constable of the Greater Manchester Police Sir Peter Fahy.

It is a broad-based community organisation working in Greater Manchester to strengthen civil society by building connections between different institutions, adding strength to each other and working together for the common good.

One of the first events we are honoured to be organising and supporting is "The Greater Manchester Citizens Mayoral Assembly".

In May 2017, communities across Greater Manchester will decide who takes office as the first ever Mayor for our region. S/he will lead decisions on transport, social care, housing, young people, skills and public sector reform which will significantly affect the lives and prospects of people across our communities.

With a strong civil society agenda rooted in what matters to our families and communities, we invite you as Citizens UK to join us on Monday 1st May 2017 as we seek pledges from the main Mayoral Candidates to those priorities.

This major event at the Lowry in Salford will be the largest pre-election Assembly in the run-up to the election which will bring together member organisations including those from faith groups, trade unions, NGOs, schools, colleges, student unions, housing associations and other community groups.

The event will not be a public meeting nor a political hustings. Amidst joyful celebration and powerful stories, we seek to establish a public and accountable relationship with whoever becomes our Mayor on a common good agenda.

Greater Manchester Citizens have decided on our top 4 priority issues that we will be taking forward to the Mayoral Assembly. These are:
1) Social Care
2) Hate Crime
3) Living Wage
4) Housing and Homelessness

We now have teams made up from different communities all working together on these 4 issues, finding powerful stories, testimonies and most importantly a solution that they can present to the Mayoral candidates on May 1st.

We would like you be part of this. We hope together we can make a powerful change; if you would like to join us at this event, please email us at - to book a free place for you and your family.

We look forward to welcoming you in-sha'Allah.
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Be a Lifesaver.

Cheadle Mosque is proud to support the British Health Foundation's "Nation of Lifesavers" campaign to teach communities the skills of Basic Life Support.

We must all know what to do if some one collapses and they were to stop breathing or their heart were to stop. A few simple steps could save their life.

Please join us for our next Lifesavers training day on Sunday 23rd April God willing and join the 1 million who have been trained through the Heart Start initiative.

Men, women and older children are welcome from all communities and it is of course free.

Please find further details on the poster below.
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The Crisis of Mosul (Iraq)

A special presentation by Br Mazen Al-Khashab from Friends of Mosul on the current situation in Iraq and what we can do moving forward.

Thursday 13th April

8:09pm (Maghrib)

Brothers and Sisters Welcome
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A Birmingham mosque has been praised after it managed to raise a record breaking £1.2m to supply bread to starving Syrian refugees. An appeal was launched after staff from Green Lane Mosque in Small ...

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**Friday Night Circle**

A 5-Part Series on Parents in Islam

“Thy Lord hath decreed that ye worship none but Him, and that ye be kind to parents” (Quran: 17:23)

By Br. Dawar Ghaznavi

Start Date: Friday 7th April 2017

Time: 7:00pm - 7:45pm

Brothers and Sisters Welcome
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***Junior Leaders***

PRESENTATION THIS SUNDAY - 6PM

A weekly club for boys aged 12-14 aimed at developing well rounded leaders.

Boys will study the core Islamic sciences such Quran, Hadith and Fiqh as well as develop key personal life skills such as communication, team work, problem solving, leadership and more.

Class size limited to 12

Classes will run every Sunday (6pm-8pm) during term time

There will be a presentation for parents on Sunday 2nd April - 6pm where the full course structure will be explained. Attendance at the presentation is compulsory for anyone intending to apply.
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PRESS RELEASE
Attack in London

The Greater Manchester Muslim community takes the opportunity in commenting on the reported terror attack in London today. We are shocked and saddened by this attack on the innocent and on Parliament.

Whilst we are in the early stages of the security operation, we must all remain vigilant.

Whoever committed this attack and whatever the motives, our thoughts are with the victims, their families, especially the brave police officers, ambulance and security service officers who challenged and stopped this attack and helped those injured. We also note the humanity and positive action of many, who came together to support the victims of this attack in very dangerous and challenging time.

London is our capital and we stand in solidarity with all Londoners - we will not allow those who seek to harm us and divide us to succeed.

We must all work collectively to bring those responsible for this horrendous crime to justice. We ask for constant vigilance and if anyone who has any information that may assist please contact the police without delay.

Press Release issued 22/3/2017

This press release has been released by organisations that represent large number of the Greater Manchester Muslims

ABOUT MANCHESTER COUNCIL OF MOSQUES (MCOM)
MCOM represent over 70 mosques in Manchester with a combined congregation of over 80,000 people. MCOM aims to work for Manchester and beyond to be a great place to worship, live, work and prosper in. MCOM regularly issues statements and press releases to mosques and the wider society to build a just and harmonious society.

ABOUT STOCKPORT MUSLIMS
Stockport Muslims are Muslims from the communities and suburbs of Greater Manchester that work with all communities in developing mutual understanding and social cohesion. Stockport Muslims are committed to justice, tolerance and building a fairer society for all.

ABOUT BCoM
The Bolton Council of Mosques (BCoM) has been uniting, and standing up for Muslims in Bolton for over 20 years. Its goal is to ensure that all Muslims have the opportunity to take an active part in building a better society for everyone who lives in Bolton by involving them at a grass roots level, and highlighting the vital contribution they make to the town. BCoM has 26 affiliated Mosques.

ABOUT ROCHDALE COUNCIL OF MOSQUES (RCM)
The Rochdale Council of Mosques has been working with communities in Rochdale since 2003 and it has 15 mosques affiliated to it. Our vision is to develop successful, confident and united Muslims, who pursue their aspirations with respect and dignity in order to make valuable contributions to the economic, spiritual and civic life of Rochdale. Our work is about developing a framework for addressing issues affecting local Muslim people through effective partnership working, promoting harmony and unity between the people of Rochdale. We endeavour to consult, contribute, help develop and where needed, deliver services which meet the needs of the Muslim communities living in Rochdale. We also act as a gateway to service providers, enhancing access and participation of the Muslim community.
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Newspaper article headlines claim that Muslim women are: Weak! Vulnerable! Oppressed! Submissive! Degraded! Subjugated! Politics & propaganda aside, what does Islam really say about the status, role...

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CMA Family Talk

The Free Slave: Why God is Worthy of Our Worship

We are pleased to be hosting the internationally renowned speaker and author Hamza Andreas Tzortzis at CMA for our monthly talk.

Sheikh Hamza will be speaking about why we are in need of worshiping God. He will also be discussing his new book release which tackles the reality of atheism. There will be an extended Q&A session on all issues related to Islam, God and Atheism.

We especially encourage our young brothers and sisters to attend and ask any questions you have related to Islam, belief and God.

Saturday 25th March - 6:30pm (Maghrib)

Everyone welcome and hot buffet provided.
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It was heart warming today to see the children of the Cheadle Mosque Weekend School supporting the Mosque's Food bank.

A huge thank to you to the children and their parents - Jazaka'Allah Khairan - for their generosity and committing to support the poor and needy.

The very kind donations will go towards helping local people whom are struggling to make ends meet and need support. It was shocking to hear today that 600,000 people in Greater Manchester are living in poverty and often need help from food banks to ensure there is a meal on the table.

We were honoured today to have lovely representatives from a number of the charities that the Mosque supports, including Francis from The Tree of Life, Ann and Terry from The Copperdale Trust and Usman from Unity Community. We heard about the fantastic work they do and how we are able to support them.

A man asked the Prophet Muhammed (pbuh),
"Which act in Islam is the best"
The Prophet (pbuh) replied: "To feed (the poor and needy)...."

The merit of supporting such charities is therefore clear.

It was interesting to hear a comment from Ann of The Copperdale Trust - she mentioned that the love we share through charity - spending our time, effort and money in caring for others makes those in need know that people care for them and they feel valued. Everyone should feel valued and if we can spread that message then the world will undoubtedly be a better place In-sha'Allah.
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Girls from Cheadle Mosque Weekend School spent their Saturday afternoon cleaning up the local streets. Led by their class teacher – Ms Nusrat and equipped with litter pickers, black bags and lots of team spirit they collected litter from the local streets including Wilmslow Road, Bolshaw Road and Greenway Road.

The event was not just about looking after local communities but also about reminding ourselves of the importance of cleanliness in the Islamic faith. It is worth mentioning a famous saying of the Prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him) on the merits of clearing streets who said :

“Every day the sun rises charity (Sadaqah) is due on every joint of a person..” “..removing of harmful things from the path is a charity”
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Cheadle Mosque volunteers continue to serve up curry nights for the homeless and needy. We thank our partners at Stockport Baptist Church and The Wellspring!

The Foodbank continues to grow with donations from the local community - Thank you so much for your support. With your support we are able to provide donations of food to local Food Banks and families. Thank you to Sainsburys in Bramhall also who have allocated a collection box for food donations. We currently support The Wellspring, Tree of Life Centre, Chelwood Food Bank, Copperdale Trust and Unity Community. Please keep your donations coming in = they are much appreciated - Jazaka'Allah Khairan.

The Cheadle Mosque Bake off was a great success - (you can tell we love food!). There were some great cake creations - Thank you to Georgina from Cake Creamery for being our expert judge. We also raised over £400 for Beechwood Cancer Care - they are doing great work and we are really pleased to be able to support them.
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Girls from Cheadle Mosque Weekend School spent their Saturday afternoon cleaning up the local streets. Led by their class teacher – Ms Nusrat and equipped with litter pickers, black bags and lots of team spirit they collected litter from the local streets including Wilmslow Road, Bolshaw Road and Greenway Road.

The event was not just about looking after local communities but also about reminding ourselves of the importance of cleanliness in the Islamic faith. It is worth mentioning a famous saying of the Prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him) on the merits of clearing streets who said :

“Every day the sun rises charity (Sadaqah) is due on every joint of a person..” “..removing of harmful things from the path is a charity”
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*CMA MONTHLY FAMILY TALK*

*The Missing Millions by Imam Abdullah Hasan (Islam Channel, NZF)*

This Saturday, 25th February - 8pm

💷 Where are the missing millions? 💷

Millions of pounds of Zakat are missing, the money does not belong to those who possess it and remains a debt to both Allah and His creation.

During the 100+ workshops NZF held last Ramadan, many people realised they had this outstanding debt that needed to be paid. You could be in debt too.

Join us for this very important talk in which Imam Abdullah Hasan will be sharing with us hints and tips, resources and materials to help is understand and calculate unpaid Zakat properly.

Brothers and Sisters Welcome

Hot Food Provided
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Upcoming seminar taking place at BMHC:

The British Muslim Heritage Centre and Al-Ma'rifah Foundation present:

7 DEADLY SINS

An one day seminar covering the concept of sins in Islam and a selection of major sins which have been transmitted from Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

Covering:

• Black Magic
• Intoxicants
• Usury
• Leaving The Prayer
• Shirk
• Disrespecting Parents
• Zina

Delivered by: Ustadh Rehan Salim

Date: Saturday 11th March 2017

Time: 10:00am - 6:00pm

LIMITED PLACES ONLY!

Course Fee £20

REGISTER ONLINE:
www.seven-deadlysins.eventbrite.co.uk
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Dear All,

As-salâmu 'alaykum wa rahmatullâhi wa barakâtuhu,

Alhumdulillah we have submitted a new application for planning consent to redevelop the Masjid. The application is now with the Planning department of Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council, and can be found under reference PP-05829706.

We undertook a thorough review process of the previous application which was withdrawn in 2014 and implemented a strategy of designing and preparing a fresh application to build a new modern building which will improve our facilities and cater for the community’s long term needs.

We engaged a number of professionals to provide advice and produce the necessary drawings, plans and reports; we also obtained feedback from the planning department and local councillors. To be even more thorough, our redevelopment project team engaged an independent review of the application to obtain a third party objective assessment of the application to ensure nothing had been overlooked.

We are pleased with the final plans, the feedback received and trust that you are as equally excited about the prospect of a new mosque building with improved facilities for the whole community.

There may be objections to the application given the rise of Islamophobia, but we advise you strongly not to engage with any social media campaigns that may start seeking support against the plans, and this is in line with the advice we have received from our local councillors and the Police.

Please make du’a that the application is accepted so we can look forward to building a stronger cohesive community.

We will keep you updated as the application progresses through the stages of the planning application process.

In need of your du’as now and always. Thanking you for your continued support.

Jazaka’Allah Khairan

Wasalaam

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#visitmymosque what an incredible day it has been at Cheadle Mosque. We were delighted with the sheer volume of visitors and the delightful interaction we had with guests throughout the day.

Alhamdulillah we had well over 200 visitors join us from the local community. It was an honour to open our doors to such beautiful people who took the time out of their day to come and learn about who we are and what we do.

We had a little bit of something for everyone:
- Henna painting
- Calligraphy
- Make your own samosa
- Dressing up in cultural Islamic clothing
- The Cheadle Mosque bake off
- Ask the Imam
- Presentations
- Exhibitions and more

We would like to thank all our visitors, it really was heartwarming to see you all today. Please don't be strangers, you're always welcome to pop in whenever you are passing by. As you've probably gathered, we look for any excuse to get the kettle on 🙂
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#VisitMyMosque is buzzing at Cheadle Mosque. We really appreciate all the visitors making time to visit us and find out more about the Mosque. It's been a fantastic day so far - very warm and engagong, some lovely cakes appearing for the Bake off final at 2pm too. Even a sheep has made an appearance!

There is still time to join us - please do if you are free!
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