Prayer Times

Date 20/05 21/05
Imsaak: 02:43 02:42
Fajr: 02:53 02:52
Sunrise: 05:08 05:07
Zohr: 1:06 1:06
Maghrib: 09:04 09:05

Programme Information

  • Tuesday, 21st May 2019 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    7:00pm Qur'an Khanee Zaheer Nurmohd 7:30pm Du'a al-Iftitah Abbasali Moledina 7:55pm Du'a al-Mujeer Abbas Sajan 8:10pm Qasida Mohdabbas Jaffer 8:15pm Majlis - Brother Khalil Alkadhimi 8:55pm Youth Point Mahdiya Datoo 9:00pm Announcements 9:05pm Jamaat Salat, Ziyarat followed by Iftaar
  • Wednesday, 22nd May 2019 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    6:30-7:15pm Youth Du'a Program, followed by Qur'an Khani & Ziyarat to finish by 8:00 pm
  • Thursday, 23rd May 2019 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    7:00pm Qur'an Khanee Mohd Abbas Fazal 7:30pm Du'a Kumayl Allyhussein Bhalloo 7:55pm Du'a al-Iftitah Mohdabbas Kanji 8:15pm Lecture - Islamophobia in the UK by IHRC | A Merali & A Uddin 9:00pm Ziyarat Warith Abbas Sajan 9:05pm Announcements 9:08pm Jamaat Salat, Ziyarat followed by Iftaar
  • Friday, 24th May 2019 1:05 PM - 2:06 PM
    1:06pm: Khutbah and Salatul Jumuah - Sheikh Fazleabbas Datoo. ​2:00pm: Ziyarat of Imam Zamana (ATFS) on the day of Jumuah

The First Interfaith Conference at St. George’s Beneficial CoE School April 2019

The First Interfaith Conference at St. George’s Beneficial CoE School April 2019


Representatives from Buddhism, Christianity Church of England, Christianity Greek Orthodox, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism participated in an Interfaith conference of Portsmouth Schools Year 5 children held at St George’s CoE Primary school. Sheikh Fazle Abas Datoo was part of the interactive panel to discuss the theme: Faith and Charity. 

Herebelow is a report from the students:

Once in the hall, we met other children from different schools.  We were given ‘Getting to know Bingo Sheets’ an icebreaker which helped us get to know each other.

The representatives from other religions such as; Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Greek Orthodox and Judaism were introduced and Mrs Jaffer talked about the common theme for the day.  The conference focused on charity as the common theme.

After they spoke we had the opportunity to ask questions and discuss about the commonalities.   We learnt that Muslims and Christians give a percentage of their earnings to charities. There is a Buddhist magazine that supports children’s interests. Jewish people run schools for children and Muslims support children in poorer countries worldwide.  Christian Aid is also a worldwide charity. We discussed with children from other schools about true meaning of charity and we discussed these with the panel. Normally we just associate charity with giving old clothes and some money to the poor and needy but in this conference we learnt that even helping someone in the playground or smiling is an act of charity.

Finally we all looked at different artefacts brought by our guests.  We left with an Easter egg and a lot that we had learnt. We would like to thank the panel and Mrs Jaffer for organising this event.

By Year 5 participants (Dolphins)