It was all hands on deck at Adam Masjid’s community kitchen as Dawoodi Bohra volunteers cooked and delivered 40 traditional Bohra meals for the residents of Britannia Care, a local home providing care to people from diverse backgrounds.
Dawoodi Bohras of London joined together to make special holiday packets for students and their families of Belvue High School in Northolt, Ealing.
Ladies of London, a grassroots organisation of women from the London Dawoodi Bohra community with a special focus on community outreach and philanthropy, recently held their 5th annual Macmillan Afternoon Chai fundraiser.
Volunteers from the Bradford community of Dawoodi Bohras teamed up with Aire Rivers Trust to clear rubbish from Bradford Beck in Shipley. People of all ages joined the river clean-up to remove around 1 tonne of litter and rubbish from the riverbanks and surrounding areas. Aire Rivers Trust is a volunteer-led charity that works hard…
On World Teachers’ Day, we interviewed four teachers from the Dawoodi Bohra community of Bradford about their daily roles and responsibilities, and what they find most rewarding in the classroom.
To mark the United Nations’ World Teachers’ Day, we spoke to Nisreen Mohamedali of the Dawoodi Bohra community of Nottingham about why she became a teacher and what the profession means to her.
Nisreen is a social science teacher, focussing on psychology and sociology. As Head of Department at Bluecoat Aspley Academy, she manages the social science teachers, helping to ensure that all students are making progress in their classes through effective teaching and learning opportunities. Nisreen is 38 and has been teaching for 12 years.
As technology advances, nature struggles to keep pace with the consequences of industrial progress. Sustainable living has been taken for granted and a culture of convenience, defined by the take-make-waste system has negatively impacted almost every aspect of life. This attitude, combined with an influx of waste generation in our lifestyles has heightened human and…
Father-of-two Yusuf Zakir (Orange County, California) reflects on the educational, spiritual and emotional value of attending Ashara Mubaraka
Adam Masjid – the mosque that is home to the Dawoodi Bohra community of Bradford – today hosted a meeting between the Lord Mayor, Councillor Martin Love, and His Holiness Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin, the global leader of the Dawoodi Bohra faith.
Ashara Mubaraka, or the Blessed Ten, is a period of ten days at the start of the Islamic new year that is dedicated to remembering the sacrifice of the Prophet Mohammed’s grandson, Imam Husain. His commitment to the universal values of justice, truth, humanity, and liberty serve as a potent message that reverberates across generations and communities.
Around 12,500 Dawoodi Bohras from across the globe arrived in London for Ashara Mubaraka sermons which commenced from 30th July 2022.