Ramadan Kareem

Ramadan Kareem

BHMF wishes all our brothers and sisters around the world a very happy Ramadan. We pray that Allah tala allows this to be our best ever Ramadan for all of our brothers and sisters. May we all excel in our worship and may all our fasting, Quran reading, ziker, salah and charity be accepted by…

Ramadan Timetable 2018

Ramadan Timetable 2018 is now available to download. Click here to download Ramadan Timetable 2018. [pdf-embedder url=”http://www.bhmf.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/ramadan-timetable-2018-a4.pdf”]  

Gaza Massacre: Muslim Council of Britain condemns mass killing of protestors

Gaza Massacre: Muslim Council of Britain condemns mass killing of protestors

The Muslim Council of Britain today condemned the massacre of Palestinian civilians protesting the move of the United States embassy to Jerusalem, and the expulsion of Palestnians from their homes 70 years ago. Harun Khan, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain said Civilians took to the streets to protest against the move by…

Brighton Muslim Community comes together for the needy on Christmas Day

The Brighton Muslim Community has come together to give a fine dining experience to the needy on Christmas Day. The Brighton & Hove Muslim Forum (BHMF) together with Brighton¬†restaurant ‘A Taste of Sahara’ will offer free fine dining to homeless and elderly people on Christmas Day. Read more on Juice 107.2 – The True Spirit…

Remembrance Sunday – 2017

Remembrance Sunday – 2017

We got together to pray for those who gave their lives to protect our land. They fought for our values of honesty, equally, freedom of speech, freedom of religion and justice. They gave their lives so today We, our children and our grandchildren can have a life . We must remember them, they must not…

Rohingya Muslims Support March – 22nd October 2017

Rohingya Muslims Support March – 22nd October 2017

The Muslims of Brighton and Hove had arranged a peaceful march on Sunday, 22nd October 2017 in solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims. The march began at 12pm midday from the Peace statue and ended at the Level. Marchers were aware of the huge genocide problem the Rohingya people are facing. Much of the atrocities have…

Evaluating the Brighton Muslim response to Radicalisation and Islamophobia

Evaluating the Brighton Muslim response to Radicalisation and Islamophobia

The event was held on 26th September at the Brighthelm Centre from 6.45pm to 10.30pm. It was by invitation only. This conference was conceived of and promoted as an event looking to address, specifically, the rise in Islamophobia and radicalisation in the UK. It comes at this critical time in British history where we are…

Westminster Attack: Call for Solidarity and Prayer

The Muslim Council of Britain today commended the Metropolitan Police and the leadership of our Prime Minister and the Mayor of London as they reacted to the attack on Westminster yesterday. The MCB condemned the attack yesterday and today Secretary General, Harun Khan will join thousands of Londoners, including Muslims, as they converge on Trafalgar…