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Um Íslam

Félag Múslima


Nýtt / Á döfinni




Hafđu samband







The Sunday children school will start again on the 23rd of september inshAllah. For those interested please contact islam.is

Women's meetings are still on this winter and every other wednesdays. Please check our yahoo group for more info or write to islam.is !



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Muslims in Iceland

The Muslim Association of Iceland

Ármúli 38, 3rd floor (entrance from Selmúli)

108 Reykjavik


President: Salmann Tamimi

telephone: +354 895-1967

e-mail: salmannt@gmail.com

The Islamic Center is open every day after 8 pm. If other opening hours are needed for specific purposes they can be arranged with Salmann.


Friday Prayer

Juma'a is prayed on Fridays at Dhuhr. Prayer times can be found at Islamicfinder.org

Ramadan Program

The Muslim Association wishes all Muslims a Ramadan Mubarak and reminds everyone that not only is Ramadan a month of fasting but it is also a month of prayer and drawing closer to Allah.

Taraweeh prayers will be held every day in Ramadan at 9:30 pm. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.

The association is also planning to have communal iftar gatherings every Saturday and is everyone welcome to attend. Those who plan to attend must register no later than the Thursday before. Please contact Salmann to register: telephone: 895-1967 / e-mail: salmannt@gmail.com

Women's Meetings

Women's meetings are held regularly from September to May with occasional meetings during the summer. This year the meetings will start after Ramadan. Exact dates and times will be announced later

The meetings are usually divided into three parts:

1. Explanation (tafseer) of the Qura´n (30-45 minutes).

2. a predetermined topic (30-45 minutes)

3. chitchat and refreshments (until 22:00)

There will be different presenters each meeting and who is presenting is based on who volunteers. The program for the following meeting should be ready by the end of each meeting.

Those who can are asked to bring light refreshments to offer at the end of each meeting (such as drinks, biscuits, chips etc.)

Children are welcome, but their mothers are responsible to make sure they do not interrput the meetings.

For further information please contact Julie Sigurðardóttir, tel: 847-4874 or e-mail: islam@islam.is




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