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Masjid Expansion Project

On this sacred night in the blessed month of Ramadan, our Imam Dr. Shabir Ally along with our architects revealed our model for our Masjid expansion project.

Do you want to earn the reward of contributing to a Masjid’s development? A reward for every Salaah performed within its halls?

Do not miss out on this opportunity! You can donate via this link:


Or you can email Br. Ejaaz: ejaaz@islaminfo.com

Muslims are Britain’s Top Charity Givers

بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ ,

Muslims are….

No good…

They contribute nothing to society…

Ruin British Culture…

Import terrorism into democratic states…

The scourge of the earth….

They actually are Britian’s top charity givers, topping Christians, Jews and Atheists by a significant margin. The Times (UK) recently published an article which said:

Muslims are among Britain’s most generous givers, topping a poll of religious groups that donate to charity, according to new research. Muslims who donated to charity last year gave an average of almost £371 each, with Jewish givers averaging just over £270 per person.

Nearly one in ten of Jewish givers donated more than £1,000. Among Muslim givers, most donated between £300 and £500.

Atheists, by contrast, donated an average of £116 when they gave to charity, with Roman Catholics giving slightly more than £178, other Christians slightly less than £178 and Protestants £202.

I’ve been told though, that Muslims are giving charity to the poor and needy to convince them of implementing Sharee’ah on their behalf. Apparently, the Muslims have a secret agenda, the more financially stunted persons they aid, the more they dig their claws into the fabric of society, thus making their extremism seem ‘normal’.

Or, according to normal individuals – their faith just encourages them to extend a helping hand – no strings attached:

“A charity is due for every joint in a person on every day the sun comes up. Acting justly between two people is charity. Helping a man with his mount – lifting him onto it or hoisting his belongings onto it – is a charity. A good word is charity, and removing obstacles from the road is charity.” [Sahih al-Bukhari]

wa Allaahu ‘Alam.