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September 20, 2020
Prayer Begins Iqamah
Fajr5:10 am 6:00 am
Sunrise6:40 am
Zuhr12:59 pm 1:30 am
Asr4:15 pm 5:15 pm
Maghrib7:07 pm 7:07 pm
Isha8:22 pm 8:45 pm

Welcome To MCWAS

MCWAS was established in 1981, Association moved into current premise in 1996 and it was fully refurbished in 2013 to its current state. 

The founding member of MCWAS was Lal Hussain MBE (late), sadly he passed away in May 2017, may Allah have mercy on his soul and grant him highest level in Jannah, Ameen .
He was also former Mayor of Sutton. He was very active not only in the Muslim community but also active in other faith in local community. He always tried to build the bridge between Muslim and other faith in London borough of Sutton.

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MCWAS - Membership application call


Friday 18th September 2020

Assalaamu-alaikum,

It has now been a week since the membership application process for the new MCWAS entity was launched. If you meet the criteria for membership but still havenโ€™t applied, please read on or you might like to register for a short Zoom meeting this Sunday at 3.30pm to find out more about what membership involves and ask any questions you might have in relation to the process. Itโ€™s open to all and you can register now here:
https://tinyurl.com/MCWASMeeting

๐Ÿ”นFirstly, to our sisters, please do come forward. You are half our community but so far only around 10% of membership applications have come from women. We would like a membership base that reflects our community and your involvement is critical to the future of MCWAS. Being a Member will allow you to have a positive influence for all matters relating to our community and especially those that affect women and girls particularly.

Constitutionally, we must also have at least one female trustee for MCWAS who will need to be elected alongside other trustees within a matter of weeks. In order to stand to become a trustee or vote for someone to become that trustee, you must be a Member. So even if your male relatives have become Members, please donโ€™t let this be a reason for you not to apply too.

๐Ÿ”นSecond, whatever has happened with your attempts to become a member in previous years, this time is different! This is a new membership for a new entity with a new constitution. And soon there will be new trustees too. Members will be regularly consulted and informed about MCWAS affairs. Please donโ€™t let past issues get in the way of being part of the future.

๐Ÿ”นThird, to all those who have financial concerns in relation to the ยฃ50 membership fee, you will be able to raise this concern in your application form. Again, this shouldnโ€™t be a barrier or a reason not to be involved.

Click here https://forms.gle/SS1QseXQGmxqRs5h7 for all information related to the application process and to submit your application.

Remember that the membership application deadline is 3.00pm on Sunday 27th September. Kindly do your best to submit your application well in advance of the deadline.

Please share this message with your family members and friends who live in Sutton and surrounding boroughs.

If you have any questions about the membership application process, please email iqbal.mcwas@gmail.com.

From the founding trustees of the new MCWAS charity:

Dr Rashid Moola
Dr Syed Mohiud-Din
Iqbal Nasim

MCWAS Jumu'ah Salah - 18th September 2020

Assalaamu โ€˜alaykum

๐Ÿ”น To attend, you need to book your space online beforehand. You canโ€™t just turn up on the day without making a booking or you will be turned away.

๐Ÿ”น When making your booking, you will be given a space allocation (row + place number). You must sit only in that particular spot for your Salah.

๐Ÿ”น Please show the QR code / Allocated seat from your confirmed booking to the volunteer upon arrival.

๐Ÿ”นFirst jamat: Doors open at 13:00 and close at 13:13. Khutbah 13.15.

๐Ÿ”นSecond jamat: Doors open at 13:35 and close at 13:48. Khutbah 13.50.

๐Ÿ”น Do not book or reserve a space for anyone else; everyone must make their own booking.

๐Ÿ”น Please come 10 minutes before your booking allotted time, otherwise your space could be given to someone else.

๐Ÿ”น Queue in such as a way as to maintain 2m distancing inside and outside the masjid; no crowding.

๐Ÿ”น Disperse immediately after leaving. Do not mingle and chat on the pavements.

๐Ÿ”น Do not bring a prayer mat. Disposable prayer mats will be provided.

๐Ÿ”น You must bring a face mask. Face masks are now compulsory by law, so you must bring one. (If you have a medical exemption for masks, at least wear a visor.)

๐Ÿ”นAnyone with a pre-existing medical condition which makes them vulnerable to COVID, or anyone with COVID symptoms in themselves or in their household must not enter.

๐Ÿ”นThe Wudhu and toilet areas will be closed. You must come with Wudhu.

๐Ÿ”นChildren under the age of 13 are not allowed. Adults over 70s are not allowed.

๐Ÿ”นPlease pray Sunnah at home, not at the Masjid

๐Ÿ”นIf, after making a booking you change your mind, please cancel the booking in the Eventbrite platform; donโ€™t deny others the opportunity to pray Salah

๐Ÿ”นIf you do not follow the instructions, we have the right to refuse entry even if you have booked.

๐Ÿ”นTo make your booking, please book your space through Eventbrite:
https://mcwas.eventbrite.co.uk/

Jazak Allahu khayran

Dr Nadeem Ali
on behalf of MCWAS Trustees and Committee
16th September 2020

MCWAS Daily Prayers - 12th September 2020

Assalaamu โ€˜alaykum

Due to steeply rising covid cases, there may unfortunately be a second wave just starting. This is the time to take precautions to protect our elderly.

As a result, from Monday we will not be allowing people over 70 to attend the centre. This applies to daily prayers and jumuโ€™ah.

People who live with elderly in their homes are also advised to avoid coming to the mosque (and any other non-essential contact with people in daily life).

Currently, we do not need to stop jumuโ€™ah prayers. But this is a situation that is changing and this may unfortunately be needed in coming weeks, if things worsen.

Dr Nadeem Ali
Covid Responsible Officer
MCWAS

MCWAS Daily Prayers

Assalaamu โ€˜alaykum

We are still required by Sutton Council to keep an attendance record of everyone who comes for prayers at the centre, each time they attend. Please can all attendees continue to sign in for every attendance.

Dr Nadeem Ali
27th August 2020

Update on MCWAS conversion to Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO)

Sunday 23rd August 2020
Assalaamu-alaikum,

1. Good news alhamdulillah. Our application to the Charity Commission to establish a new Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) has been successful. Muslim Cultural & Welfare Assocation of Sutton (MCWAS) is now on the Charity Commission website under registration number 1190799.

2. It will take some time to complete all the financial and legal processes before "Old MCWAS" ceases to exist completely but this transition is now well underway. Soon all the relevant details on the MCWAS website will be updated accordingly too.

3. The new entity will operate under a new constitution which was developed with both independent expertise and community consultation. You can download a copy of the new constitution HERE.

4. As part of this fresh start for MCWAS, the next important step is to bring on new members for the new entity. You will receive full information about the responsibilities, processes and cost of membership by Friday 11th September insha'Allah. The membership onboarding process will then continue until Sunday 27th September.

5. After new members have been welcomed, the next important step is for three new trustees to be elected. The new constitution sets a deadline for this election to take place within three months of the CIO registration date. We therefore commit to the elections being held by Sunday 8th November at the latest.

We hope you will find these to be positive updates and look forward to communicating the membership process to you by Friday 11th September.

If you would like to get in touch, please do so via email@mcwas.org.

From the founding trustees of the new MCWAS entity:

Dr Rashid Moola
Dr Syed Mohiud-Din
Iqbal Nasim

MCWAS daily prayers - from 17 August

Assalaamu โ€˜alaykum

Alhamdulillah we are now ready to relax the age limit for the 5 daily prayers, in line with last weekโ€™s Jumuโ€™ah prayer.
This means that from tomorrow, 17 August, anyone 13 years of age and above is allowed to attend the 5 daily prayers. (Under 13s are not allowed).
We still recommend over 70s to pray at home however, to reduce their risk.
Face masks remain compulsory, as do all other rules in place at the centre. We canโ€™t relax them yet. Please follow them at all times.

Dr Nadeem Ali
17th August 2020

Volunteers Required for Jumuโ€™ah

Assalaamu โ€˜alaykum

Jazak Allah khairan to those who volunteered to make our first Jumuโ€™ah prayer last Friday a success.

We have finalised that we need 7 volunteers per jamat. So depending on how many volunteers we get for this week, we will then be able to decide how many jamats we can run.

Please give your name to myself or Nadir if you can volunteer for this Friday.

Jazak Allahu khayran

Dr Nadeem Ali
on behalf of MCWAS Trustees and Committee
9th August 2020

MCWAS - FIRST JUMUโ€™AH

Assalaamu โ€˜alaykum

In sha Allah, we will start jumuโ€™ah prayers again from next Friday 7 August.

This is a trial week. Only if it goes well, can we continue, and increase to 2 jamaโ€™ats isA. Following a risk assessment, we are able to accommodate a maximum of 65 musallis in total (upstairs and downstairs). Unfortunately, we wonโ€™t be able to host sisters at this stage.

BOOKING YOUR SPACE

To attend, you need to book your space online beforehand. You canโ€™t just turn up on the day without making a booking or you will be turned away.

The booking link is below.

CONDITIONS:
- When making your booking, you will be given a space allocation (row + place number). You must sit only in that particular spot for your Salah.

- Please show the QR code from your confirmed booking to the volunteer upon arrival

- Do not book or reserve a space for anyone else; everyone must make their own booking

- Please come 10 minutes before your booking allotted time, otherwise your space could be given to someone else

- Queue in such as a way as to maintain 2m distancing inside and outside the masjid; no crowding.

- Disperse immediately after Jumuโ€™ah Salah; do not mingle and chat on the pavements.

items to bring:
- face mask
- do not bring a prayer mat - (disposable prayer mats will be provided)

- Medical Conditions:
Anyone with a pre-existing medical condition which makes them vulnerable to COVID, or anyone with COVID symptoms in themselves or in their household must not enter

- Wudhu:
The Wudhu and toilet areas will be closed; come with Wudhu

- Ages:
Only people in the age range is 16-60 years can attend

- Sunnah:
Pray Sunnah home; not at the Masjid

CANCELLATIONS:
If after making a booking you change your mind, please cancel the booking in the Eventbrite platform; donโ€™t deny others the opportunity to pray Salah

VOLUNTEERS

To run this safely and smoothly we need 10 named volunteers out of the 65 musallis. Please volunteer by contacting either myself or Nadir and we will assign you your role before the day. As a named volunteer you donโ€™t need to book a space online - we will allocate one to you.

If you do not follow the instructions, we have the right to refuse entry even if you have booked.

To make your booking, please book your space through Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/mcwas-management-30789492248

Jazak Allahu khayran

Dr Nadeem Ali
on behalf of MCWAS Trustees and Committee
2nd August 2020

MCWAS - Eid and jumuโ€™ah plans

Assalaamu โ€˜alaykum

1. The Day of Arafah, on which it is recommended to fast, will be on Thursday 30 July isA.

2. The day of Eid al-Adha will be on Friday 31 July isA. Please make your own arrangements for your qurbani.

3. Due to Covid restrictions, MCWAS is not organising Eid prayers at our centre. You are recommended to attend the large outdoor Eid prayer near Purley Way that is being organised by Purley Masjid, which can accommodate several hundred people. They have confirmed that all MCWAS people are welcome to join in. More details of time/location will follow isA.

4. We are planning to restart Jumuโ€™ah prayers at MCWAS the Friday after Eid isA. We conducted a risk assessment today. More details of this will follow isA.

Dr Nadeem Ali
Secretary, on behalf of MCWAS Trustees and Committee
25th July 2020

Update on MCWAS conversion to Charitable Incoporated Organisation (CIO)

ุงู„ุณูŽู‘ู„ุงูŽู…ู ุนูŽู„ูŽูŠู’ูƒูู…ู’ ูˆูŽุฑูŽุญู’ู…ูŽุฉู ุงู„ู„ู‡ู ูˆูŽุจูŽุฑูŽูƒูŽุงุชูู‡ู                                                                                                                                                                              Monday 20th July 2020  

1. Last year we engaged a charity consultant who led us through a detailed process of community engagement and consultation to produce and then refine a new constitution for MCWAS, one fit for the 21st century and which can serve as a basis for holding fresh elections.

2. Over the last 6 months, we have been waiting on legal and financial advice about the conversion to a CIO. We received the final part of this only recently and it was favourable.

3. We unfortunately suffered the passing away of one of the planned Founding Trustees for the new CIO, Mr Zakariya Sheikh. The other Trustees therefore proposed Iqbal Nasim MBE (who is well known to almost all of us) to replace him as third Founding Trustee of the new MCWAS.

4. The current members of MCWAS attended an EGM last weekend to ratify the final version of the constitution of the new MCWAS with Founding Trustees as Dr Moola, Dr Din, and Iqbal Nasim.

5. The charity consultant will now submit our paperwork to the Charities Commission. The turnaround time with them can take up to 3 months.

6. Once the new MCWAS is registered, it will open to new members and elections for 3 more Trustees are mandated by the constitution to happen within a period of 3 months. At least one of these new Trustees must be female.

We look forward to a bright new future for MCWAS insha Allah and encourage everyone to join in making it a success.

Dr Nadeem Ali, Secretary on behalf of Committee and Trustees.

MCWAS WhatsApp Broadcast List - 07340973571

ุงู„ุณูŽู‘ู„ุงูŽู…ู ุนูŽู„ูŽูŠู’ูƒูู…ู’ ูˆูŽุฑูŽุญู’ู…ูŽุฉู ุงู„ู„ู‡ู ูˆูŽุจูŽุฑูŽูƒูŽุงุชูู‡ู                                                                                                                                                                               Sunday 19th July 2020  

We are happy to announce that we finally have an official Whatsapp Broadcast List for MCWAS Alhamdulillah. This will be used for all official
communications relating to our centre so please join this list to keep informed of all announcements, notices, events etc.

Please note, this will be a list, not a group, so only MCWAS management will be able to post messages and if you reply it wonโ€™t be shown on the
whole list but MCWAS management team will be able to see it. Also MCWAS management will not post on any other group.

1. Click OR copy  the link below, It will compose a new message in WhatsApp โ€œAdd me. My name isโ€
2. Just add your full name at the end of the message and send.
3. Save the number e.g as MCWAS in your contact to receive message from broadcast list. (You must save the number as a contact).

https://tinyurl.com/mcwaslist 

Dr Nadeem Ali, on behalf of the MCWAS Trustees and management.

MCWAS Daily Prayer sign-in

ุงู„ุณูŽู‘ู„ุงูŽู…ู ุนูŽู„ูŽูŠู’ูƒูู…ู’ ูˆูŽุฑูŽุญู’ู…ูŽุฉู ุงู„ู„ู‡ู ูˆูŽุจูŽุฑูŽูƒูŽุงุชูู‡ู                                                                                                                                                                             Thursday 9th  July 2020          
To comply with government guidance on contact tracing for places of worship, and following specific instructions from Sutton Council yesterday, we are now required to keep a log of everyone entering the centre. From tomorrow, we will therefore have a sign-in book/folder for everyone coming to the 5 daily prayers isA.

Attendees will need to write down their
- full name
- phone number

If you come regularly, then just name is sufficient after the first entry with phone number.

This data is being collected only for government tracing purposes and will not be used for any other purpose. It will not be given to the government/council unless there is a positive case in one of our attendees.

Please bring your own pen!

Sorry for this inconvenience - itโ€™s something imposed on us.

Dr Nadeem Ali, on behalf of the MCWAS Trustees and management.

MCWAS re-opening

ุงู„ุณูŽู‘ู„ุงูŽู…ู ุนูŽู„ูŽูŠู’ูƒูู…ู’ ูˆูŽุฑูŽุญู’ู…ูŽุฉู ุงู„ู„ู‡ู ูˆูŽุจูŽุฑูŽูƒูŽุงุชูู‡ู                                                                                                                                                                                  Friday 3rd July 2020          

Insha Allah, MCWAS will re-open for 5 daily prayers from Saturday 4th July. Please take note of the following points so that we can keep safe and comply with government regulations.

๐Ÿ”นOnly people 16 - 60 years of age, with no underlying health conditions may attend. Everyone else to stay home at this stage please.

๐Ÿ”นHafiz Ibrahim Badat will be acting as Imam for 5 days a week and Brother Haroon will be acting as Imam for Wednesday and Friday. Please respect them and follow any instructions they give.

๐Ÿ”นWe are not doing Jumuโ€™ah prayers. We will also not be doing Zuhr prayers in jamโ€™at on Friday. On Friday, we will open for Fajr, Asr, Maghrib, Isha only.

๐Ÿ”นDoors will open 10-15 minutes before iqaamah time and will be closed a few minutes before iqaamah time. This means to be allowed in you need to arrive 5-15 minutes before iqaamah time.

๐Ÿ”นEntry is via the previous sisters entrance behind the black wooden door facing Ruskin Road; exit will be onto the side door on Woodstock Road.

๐Ÿ”นWe will be using the upstairs hall only for prayers.

๐Ÿ”นToilet and wudhu faculties will not be available, so come with wudhu.

๐Ÿ”นThere will be a maximum of 18 people allowed in for each prayer. When this number is reached the door will be locked. So you may be refused entry even if you arrive early, if 18 people were before you.

๐Ÿ”นKeep 2m distancing outside and inside the building. No shaking hands/physical contact.

๐Ÿ”นPlastic bags for your shoes will be provided.

๐Ÿ”นDisposable paper prayer mats will be provided. Please do not bring your own prayer mat. Note upstairs is a hard floor, so this may be uncomfortable for people with joint problems.

๐Ÿ”นAfter Fardh prayers, please make your way out of the building and do any further sunnah/nafl prayers at home.

๐Ÿ”นPeople who attend Isha will be expected to take part in the daily cleaning rota.

๐Ÿ”นIf you or your household have any COVID sypmtoms, you must not come to the centre.

๐Ÿ”นIf you or your household are confirmed positive for COVID in coming weeks or months, and you have attended MCWAS, you must inform MCWAS management of this.

We look forward to easing these restrictions before too long, and gradually returning to normal activities Insha Allah.

Dr Nadeem Ali, on behalf of the MCWAS Trustees and management.

MCWAS Re-opening plans

ุงู„ุณูŽู‘ู„ุงูŽู…ู ุนูŽู„ูŽูŠู’ูƒูู…ู’ ูˆูŽุฑูŽุญู’ู…ูŽุฉู ุงู„ู„ู‡ู ูˆูŽุจูŽุฑูŽูƒูŽุงุชูู‡ู                                                                                                                                                                                  Sunday 28th June          

We sent a message on 10 June explaining about the re-opening risk assessment we conducted, the plans we have in place for Covid-safe attendance, and the expected date of opening for 5 daily prayers on 4 July.

As you may have heard, another factor has now arisen, which is our Imam Hassan has let us know he will be leaving the UK on 2 July. This was earlier than we expected but we understand for family reasons he needs to get back quickly now that flights are currently open. We obviously havenโ€™t been able to arrange a leaving do for him to thank him for his years of service to our community. However we have suggested that at a later date, we will fly Imam Hassan back so that we can have a proper farewell dinner and those of the community who didnโ€™t get to say goodbye will be able to.

A request has been put in to the Turkish government office for a full-time replacement Imam, with good English, and we await news on the expected date of his arrival isA. One of the other purposes of Imam Hassanโ€™s return trip will be to do a proper handover to the new Imam.

From this Thursday, however, we wonโ€™t have an Imam. This impacts on the plans to re-open on 4 July, as it is crucial there is a responsible officer for each prayer who ensures the Covid-safe regulations are enforced, including opening and locking the mosque and even refusing entry if the maximum number is reached.

We have tried in the days since we learned of Imamโ€™s departure date to source a temporary Imam. What we have been able to secure is an Imam for 5 days out of 7, ie excluding Wednesday and Friday. We are therefore asking if anyone in the community knows of an Imam who is qualified and willing to commit to both leading the 5 prayers and being the responsible officer for Wednesdays and Fridays. If there is someone suitable, then we will have all 7 days covered, and we can proceed with our plans to re-open. Until we can get all 7 days open, we feel it is better to keep the centre closed, to avoid confusion of people mistakenly turning up on days when it is closed, and to prevent an ad hoc arrangement happening on the two uncovered days. We have both medical and legal duties of care to make sure everything is done to the letter.

Please inform either of the two Trustees (Dr Moola or Dr Din) or Nadir, Yousef or myself, if you know of an Imam who can help.

In the meantime, we have booked a professional clinic cleaning company to deep clean the centre this Tuesday so that we are ready to open, when the Imam situation is sorted out.

Dr Nadeem Ali, on behalf of the MCWAS management team and Trustees

MCWAS Covid19 update 10th June 2020

ุงู„ุณูŽู‘ู„ุงูŽู…ู ุนูŽู„ูŽูŠู’ูƒูู…ู’ ูˆูŽุฑูŽุญู’ู…ูŽุฉู ุงู„ู„ู‡ู ูˆูŽุจูŽุฑูŽูƒูŽุงุชูู‡ู                                                                                                                                                            

We hope you have all been keeping safe and well during recent months. Some of you may have heard about the possibility of places of worship re-opening for individual worship from next week and for collective worship from 4 July.

We are following the latest MCB advice to open for the second date (4 July) for 5 daily congregational prayers.

In preparation, on 6 June we conducted a risk assessment exercise using the Faith Associates and MCB risk-assessment tools. Based on this, our plans for re-opening isA on 4 July daily prayers involve:

๐Ÿ”นusing only the upstairs wooden-floor area for prayers
๐Ÿ”นadopting a one-way system into and out of the mosque
๐Ÿ”นproviding disposable paper prayer mats
๐Ÿ”นhaving pre-marked prayer spots on the floor with 2m spacing
๐Ÿ”นhaving a maximum of 18 people upstairs for the prayers and locking the doors if that number is reached
๐Ÿ”นproviding disposable plastic bags for carrying of shoes into the prayer area
๐Ÿ”นhaving a pre-opening deep clean and a daily disinfecting clean of used areas
๐Ÿ”นkeeping toilet and wudhu facilities closed
๐Ÿ”นrequiring attendees to wear a mask and use hand sanitiser on arrival
๐Ÿ”นrestricting access at the start to those aged 16-59 years old, with no at risk health conditions and no symptoms in the household
๐Ÿ”นplus many other measures

We do not feel that we can set a date to safely open MCWAS for Friday jumuah prayers until further distancing restrictions are lifted by the government. We will try to do this of course as soon as safe to.

We will also not be opening the centre for any classes/madrasahs until there is further lifting of restrictions.

Having lost 3 members of our community to Covid-19, the safety of our worshippers is our top priority. We are in close contact with Sutton council and other South London Mosques with whom we share and receive ideas for best practice.

Dr Nadeem Ali, 

Secretary, MCWAS

on behalf of the MCWAS management team and Trustees

COVID-19

This is a message from Imam Dr. Hasan Turgut to the Jamaah of MCWAS.
ุงู„ุณู„ุงู… ุนู„ูŠูƒู… ูˆุฑุญู…ุฉุงู„ู„ู‡ ูˆุจุฑุฑูƒุงุชู‡ Dear Brothers and Sisters,
I would like to express my deepest respect for you. I hope you are in the best of health and spirit.
We're all going through hard times. The current situation continues to pose a serious risk. So, be on the safe side. In this process, our duty is to take warning and learn a lesson from calamities as Allah SBT asked us.
Dear Brothers and Sisters, The best thing we can do both for ourselves and for our loved ones is to pray in these days when we are obliged to stay in our homes and are afraid to touch even our loved ones. Indeed dua is very important way to draw our Lord's mercy and forgiveness upon us. Allah SBT said in the Quran: "Say, "What would my Lord care for you if not for your supplication?" For you [disbelievers] have denied, so your denial is going to be adherent. So let's pray at our homes with all our family members.
On this topic Our beloved prophet said : "The Prophet (ุตู„ู‰ ุงู„ู„ู‡ ุนู„ูŠู‡ ูˆุณู„ู…) said, "Du'a (supplication) is worship." and Our Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, "The swiftest supplication to be answered is the supplication of someone for another person who is not present, absent.
Also, we shouldn't forget to make dua for ourselves. The Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, was asked, 'Which type of worship is best?' He replied, 'A man's supplication for himself.'"
Our prophet (SAV) advised us to ask Allah for forgiveness and well-being. It was narrated, โ€œThe Messenger of Allah (ุตู„ู‰ ุงู„ู„ู‡ ุนู„ูŠู‡ ูˆุณู„ู…) used to supplicate frequently our Lord, grants us the best in this life and the best in the next life, and protects us from the punishment of the Fire.โ€

  ูŽุฑ ูŽู‘ุจู†ูŽุง ุข ูุชู†ูŽุง ูููŠ ุงูŽู„ ูู‘ุฏ ู’ู† ูŽูŠุง ูŽุญ ูŽุณู†ูŽุฉู‹, ูŽูˆ ูููŠ ุงูŽ ู’ู„ู’ ูุฎ ูŽุฑ ูุฉู‹ ูŽุญ ูŽุณู†ูŽุฉู‹, ูŽูˆ ูู‚ู†ูŽุง ูŽุนุฐูŽุง ูŽุจู‹ ุงูŽู„ู†ูŽู‘ุงุฑ

Finally, The best thing we can do is to be patient and make dua for each other. May Allah forgive our sins.
May Allah protect us from all kinds of diseases.
May Allah BHT bless our patients a speedy recovery.
May Allah forgive our brothers and sisters who passed away.
May Allah forgive our uncles Lal and Zakariah, admit them in his jannah. Amin

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Muslim Cultural & Welfare Association  of Sutton
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80, Ruskin Road
Carshalton
Surrey
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101, Epsom Road
Sutton
Surrey
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