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English Language Courses for Ladies

12 Weeks Beginners Course At the British Muslim Heritage Centre we believe in opportunities for all, but we are also sensitive to cultural differences. Ladies-only classes enable students to study the English language with a female teacher in a class ...

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Qur’an Reflections (Arabic intermediate)

12 Week Structured Course Every Wednesday at 7pm-9pm (starting on Wednesday 21st September 2016)   Have you ever wished when listening to the Qur’an that you could understand what was being recited? Have you ever wished you could be moved to ...

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GCSE RS Islamic Studies

A one year accelerated academic course open to secondary school students in Years 9/10/11 comprising units 4 and 11. This covers the entire syllabus of Edexcel GCSE Religious Studies (Islam). PLEASE NOTE DUE TO NATIONAL CURRICULUM CHANGES, THIS WILL BE ...

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A Seminar On How to create a Business plan

Presented By Mr Mohammed Shabir (A business practitioner across 3 continents) Do you want to truly empower your idea or add a new dimension to your existing business? We will unlock the true potential of your business and bring down ...

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A Seminar On Your Health

Presented By Mr Mohammed Shabir Is your health your top priority? How to supercharge your health Did you know you could possibly have a medication free life? Cancer Diabetes Blood Pressure Cholesterol Cardiovascular Disease Dr R Chatterjee From the BBC’s ...

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The Life, Legacy and Return of Jesus (Isa AS)

Prophets Ibrahim (Abraham), Nuh (Noah), Salih, Hud (Eber) and Muhammad (SAW) came in a certain context. They came to people who were non-believers and polytheists. It was a struggle between belief and disbelief; between tawheed (monotheism) and shirk (polytheism). However ...

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Press Statement – ROHINGYA, The Forgotten People

Governments and local communities urged to highlight the plight of Rohingya people Kyaw Win from Burmese Muslim Association and Burma Human Rights Network said, “Rohingya genocide in Burma is the outcome of anti Muslim sentiment. Anti Muslim sentiment is the ...

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