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GROWING UP IN ISLAM    |    QUALITIES OF THE BELIEVERS    |    THE PROPHET'S BIOGRAPHY (ARABIC)   |    WEEKLY QUR'AN TAFSEER CLASS (ARABIC)   |    Emergency Food Parcel for the elders   |    Foodbank Parcels   |    Advice Service   |    Live weekly Fiqh Classes (Arabic)   |    Live weekly Sisters Classes (Arabic)   |    Live weekly Sisters Classes with Sr. Fatima Barkatulla   

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Al-Manar Centre is a Muslim community organisation (UK registered charity no. 1130211), first established in 1992, adheres to the teachings of Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jamaa'ah.

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OUR COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES

Aspiring towards a proactive community is Al-Manar's slogan. However, actions speak louder than words!

WeFeed

Cardiff Muslims Feeding the Needy of Cardiff. We are proud of those of our local restaurants, take-away and grocery shop owners, who kindly donate hot meals and food items, to enable us to feed the homeless.

FoodBank

We hand out food parcels to refugees, the homeless and other less fortunate members of our community, who get our Foodbank vouchers from our network of agents.

Neighbourhood Clean-up

As Muslims, we believe strongly in the importance of keeping our neighbourhoods clean. We normally join forces with the "Keep Cathays Tidy" group, who organises a litter picking activity every 2nd Saturday of the month.

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Free Islamic Material

Al-Manar Centre provides pamphlets/ Quran/books free of charge. Visit us to choose what suits your needs. Alternatively, we can deliver the literature to addresses within Cardiff, please text your address to (0745 400 8803)

Ask a question about Islam

Are you curious about Islam, do you need a clarification on a certain aspect of Islam? Send your questions to (mobile/WhatsApp: 0745 400 8803) and we will try our best to answer your questions.

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