WELCOME TO CARDIFF UNI ISOC
In the Name of Allah, the All-beneficent, the All-merciful
Our vision: To create an ISoc that caters to the social, educational and religious needs of Muslim students, unifying them to facilitate the worship of God. To demonstrate the beauty of Islam to those of different faiths by aiming to be the best of Muslims through the guidance of the Quran and Sunnah. "And let there be [arising] from you a nation inviting to [all that is] good, enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong, and those will be the successful." [3:104]
Cardiff University Islamic Society is one of the most vibrant and diverse societies on campus. We are a religious society catering non-exclusively to Muslim students through a wide range of activities and events.
One of the main aims of the Islamic society is to provide Muslim students with the necessary means to develop spiritually and learn more about their religion. We have regular classes where our members can discuss issues they themselves deem relevant. We hold numerous lectures with internationally recognised guest speakers who cover a wide array of topics.
Regular socials also take place throughout the year allowing our members to get to know each other, to build brotherhoods and sisterhoods, as well as lifelong friendships.
Finally, we build friendships across the campus through our annual Charity Week and Discover Islam Week events, as well as through collaborations with other societies to involve all Cardiff students. Through this we aim to raise awareness of Islam, teaching non-Muslim students about Islam and dispelling misconceptions that have arisen in the current climate. Through our engagement with the wider community by working with the Muslim Chaplaincy, mosques and charities, we hope to better the local community.
“Whoever removes a grief from a believer from amongst the sorrows of this life, Allah will remove a grief from him amongst the sorrows of the Day of Resurrection” (Muslim)
Record monsoon rains and flooding in Pakistan in August left 33 million people in need of humanitarian assistance. Over 1000 people have lost their lives including hundreds of children and about 1 million displaced. The heavy rains damaged homes, thousands of km of road and 145 bridges making it difficult for the survivors to access basic needs. Those affected desperately need food, water, hygiene kits, shelter and medical aid. Now, with winter almost here, displaced families will face the harsh winter hungry and out in the cold. They lost their homes, don’t let them lose their lives too. Help us deliver life-saving aid to families in Pakistan. Please donate today.
♦Charity Week Donation♦
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