IANL Masjid is temporarily closed but Azaan and speeches will continue to be broadcast
- News and Services while we are closed
- Temporary Closure of IANL
- COVID-19 Update: 17 Mar
- Catchup on IANL Khutbah’s and Halaqa’s
- Notice to IANL Academy Parents
- Coronavirus Guidance for Jummah
- Islamic Wills Clinic – Sat 21 Mar
- Coronovirus Public Information
- Islamic Wills Clinic – Sat 15 Feb
- Barnet Fairness Commission – Community Engagement
In the interest of public health and safety surrounding the Coronovirus outbreak, IANL has taken the decision to suspend IANL Academy, adult classes, youth and sisters’ activities until further notice
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It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we inform you of the suspension of all IANL activities including Jummah and congregational prayers with the last prayer being Isha on Thursday 19th March for a period of 4 weeks.
Classes and Activities Cancelled In light of the current situation regarding the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) IANL has taken the decision to suspend IANL Academy, adult classes, youth and sisters’ activities until further notice. This decision has not been...
A reminder that if you are unable to attend Jummah or the Halaqa’s that you can listen to them on your device by subscribing to our Podcast
Due to the public health concerns stemming from the Coronavirus, it is with regret that we are suspending all classes at IANL Academy with immediate
As the Coronavirus is spreading across the country please read some guidance from the Imams regarding attending Jummah
iWIll Solicitors will be hosting an Islamic Wills Clinic on Sat 21 Mar 1:15-6:15pm. The consultation is free but please note booking is necessary. Call 0121 603 0077 to make a booking iWill Solicitors are the leading provider of Islamic Wills in the UK
NHS Advice The Government and NHS have the following information on how you can help prevent the spreading of the Coronovirus: Germs can live on some surfaces for hours. To protect yourself and others: • Always carry tissues with you and use them to catch your cough...