Harrow Central Mosque (‘HCM’) was established to advance the spiritual and social welfare of people through the religion of Islam. The teachings at HCM have always been in accordance with the Aqida (creed) and fiqh (jurisprudence) associated with the Ahl al Sunnat wal-Jama`at and this is to be always preserved by the Management of HCM.
HCM aims to arrange, teach, and deliver Islamic education, as stated, in accordance with the traditional teachings of the Ahl al-Sunnat wal-Jama`a; notably from amongst the four madhahib of Imam Abu Hanifa, Imam Shafi’i, Imam Malik and Imam Ahmed bin Hanbal (Allah’s mercy be upon them all). Whilst all four madhahib are to be given the utmost respect, the prayer and worship as lead in the Mosque is primarily in accordance with the Hanafi Madhab as has been HCM’s practice since its establishment.
HCM celebrates many religious festivals including:
Eid ul Adha
Eid ul Fitr
Eid Milad un Nabi
Yaum-e-Shohada / Yaum-e-Ashura
and many more events.
At HCM, belief in the Khatum-e-Nabuwat (the absolute finality of Prophethood of the Prophet Muhammed ) has always been, is to be and will always be preserved under all circumstances. To espouse beliefs in contradiction to this, that is, the belief that a later prophet(s) followed after the Prophet Muhammad , would cause one to fall outside of the bounds of Islam. This is unanimously agreed upon by all reputed Ulema (scholars) of Islam.
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