Asalaamu alaykum Brothers and Sisters,

Zakat al-Fitr (Fitrana)

Zakat al Fitr or Fitrana is an obligatory charity given before Eid prayers begin at the end of Ramadhan.

Ibn Abbas reported:

The Prophet (PBUH) made Zakat al-Fitr compulsory so that those who fasted may be purified of their idle deeds and shameful talk (committed during Ramadan), and so that the poor may be fed. Whoever gives it before (Eid) Salah will have it accepted as Zakat, while he who gives it after the Salah has given Sadaqa

This year, because of the corona virus lockdown, make sure you give your Zakat al-Fitr online.

Zakat al-Fitr is £5.00 per person (young and old, e.g a family of five would pay £25.00). This money is used to provide the poor and needy with that which they most need (such as food) in time for Eid – we therefore request that you pay well before the end of Ramadan!

Bank Account details: Kingston Muslim Association (KMA)
Sort Code: 60 60 02
Account No: 69679819
Ref: Zakat al-Fitr ‘20                                 

This is a minimum amount payable per person, should you wish to be more generous, please do not hesitate to do so as it is for a worthy cause. We can collect your Zakat al-Fitr, and ensure it goes to the poor and needy in time for Eid by partnering with UK Muslim charities. Don’t delay in paying your Zakat al-Fitr!


Zakat is not just a duty on those with wealth, but a right that the poor have over us – we are “those in whose wealth there is a recognised right for the needy and the poor” (Qur’an 70:24-25).

At Kingston Muslim Association, we aim to collect Zakat funds to provide a lifeline for some of the most vulnerable members of our community, including widows, orphans, refugees, the elderly and the homeless by partnering with Muslim Charities in the UK and overseas.

There is no ambiguity as to the rate at which Zakat should be calculated; 2.5% of all net savings one possesses. Net savings is total maintained wealth for one lunar year before Zakat is due.

To find out more about Zakat and how to calculate it refer to https://nzf.org.uk/zakat-calculator/

This year due to the Corona virus make sure you pay your Zakat Online.

Bank Account details: Kingston Muslim Association (KMA)
Sort Code: 60 60 02
Account No: 69679819
Ref: Zakat 2020

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We hope you’ve enjoyed our 30 day Ramadan challenge!

Please forgive us for the delayed update on the results of the madrasah challenge.  MashaAllah, the children have worked very hard with their ibadah, good deeds and of course our 30 questions!

There are 5 winners and each will receive a £5.00 Amazon voucher for their amazing effort and achievements.

Ibrahim Yaldartan – Othman Class
Maya Mahmoud – Zainab Class
Zubaish Aftab – Asiyah Class
Syed Safwanul Islam – Firnas Class
Naveera & Waleeja Anwar – independent entry

Thank you to everyone who took the time to send in their responses; we hope you enjoyed the challenge!

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Narrated Aisha (رضي الله عنها): I asked Allah’s Apostle ﷺ about the plague. He said, “Thatw a sa means of torture which Allah used to send upon whomsoever He wished, but He made it a source of mercy for the believers, for anyone who is residing in a town in which this disease is present, and remains there and does not elave that town, but has patience and hopes for Allah’s reward, and knows that nothing will befall him except what Allah has written for him, then he will get such reward as that of a martyr”. Sahih Al-Bukhari – Book 7 Hadith 616

May the spirit of Ramadan stay in our hearts, illuminate our souls from within and ripple through what we say and do, as we traverse uncharted times.

From Kingston Muslim Association.

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Assalamu alaykum wrwb,

It has been confirmed that fasting will commence tomorrow Friday, the 24th of April 2020. Taraweeh prayers may commence tonight in our homes.

First fast: Friday 24 April
Start of last ten nights: Night of 12th May
Odd nights: 13 (Wed), 15 (Fri), 17 (Sun), 19 (Tues) and 21st (Thurs) of May.

May Allah accept all our fasting, Qur’an recitation and all other acts of worship in this blessed month of Ramadan and ease our affairs in this time of unease and uncertainty.


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For those wondering about our daily Madrasa, we’ve closed Madrasah a week prior to the national lockdown, however since this time have allocated 20-minute one-to-one zoom lessons with all of our 231 students.

Our teachers have been working very hard to make this happen, Mashallah, and so far our students are enjoying and benefiting from these lessons, Alhamdulillah.

We are also distributing weekly Islamic Studies content in order to supplement learning and keep students engaged and active.

We will be continuing through the month of Ramadan and until we are able to unite again in our mosque Inshallah.

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Due to the recent outbreak of Coronavirus, we have had to temporarily close Kingston Mosque to protect the community.

Although we are closed we still incur running and upkeep costs, including salaries of the Imams plus our utility bills.

We need to urgently make up from the shortfall of the Jummah collections which is our primary income stream. This fundraiser is only for the fixed monthly costs that the Masjid incurs.

We require 200 people to donate £10 each week to keep the Masjid afloat during this crisis.

Please support financially to help with the running costs of your Masjid. Please donate anything you can. Every little bit helps and no amount is too small.

JazakaAllah Khair.

Bank Account details:

Sort Code: 60 60 02
Account: 43276156

Donate via Paypal

If you’d like to contact us, please send an email to info@kingstonmosque.org

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